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1 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) CV41W User Manual

2 Intermec Technologies Corporation Worldwide Headquarters th Ave.W. Everett, WA U.S.A. The information contained herein is provided solely for the purpose of allowing customers to operate and service Intermec-manufactured equipment and is not to be released, reproduced, or used for any other purpose without written permission of Intermec Technologies Corporation. Information and specifications contained in this document are subject to change without prior notice and do not represent a commitment on the part of Intermec Technologies Corporation by Intermec Technologies Corporation. All rights reserved. The word Intermec, the Intermec logo, Norand, ArciTech, Beverage Routebook, CrossBar, dcbrowser, Duratherm, EasyADC, EasyCoder, EasySet, Fingerprint, i-gistics, INCA (under license), Intellitag, Intellitag Gen2, JANUS, LabelShop, MobileLAN, Picolink, Ready-to-Work, RoutePower, Sabre, ScanPlus, ShopScan, Smart Mobile Computing, SmartSystems, TE 2000, Trakker Antares, and Vista Powered are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Intermec Technologies Corporation. There are U.S. and foreign patents as well as U.S. and foreign patents pending. ii CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

3 Contents Contents 1 Before You Begin ix Safety Information ix Global Services and Support ix Warranty Information ix Web Support ix Send Feedback x Telephone Support x Related Documents x Patent Information xi About the Computer About the CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer Overview of the Features About the Power Supply Options About the Smart Dock Attach the CV41 to the Smart Dock Remove the CV41 from the Smart Dock Secure the CV About the CV41 Startup Behavior Select a Startup Behavior About the LEDs About the Internal UPS Battery Maximize the Internal UPS Battery Usage About the Backup Battery Insert an SD Card About the Touch Screen Protect the Touch Screen Calibrate the Screen Adjust the Screen Brightness Enable Automatic Screen Brightness Set the Screen Backlight Rotate the Screen CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual iii

4 Contents 2 3 Enable the Defroster Change the Volume About the CV41 Radio Antennas Connect an External Antenna About the Keypad Remap the Power Button Enter Characters on the Keypad CV41 Options and Accessories Understand the User Interface and Intermec Applications About the User Interface About the Desktop Screen About Screen Gestures Use Pop-Up Menus Set the Date and Time About Intermec Applications Applications Available On the Computer Applications You Can Download For the Computer About Intermec Launcher About Features Demo About SmartSystems Manage the Computer About Managing the Computer in Your Network Manage the Computer Using SmartSystems Foundation Install Applications Onto the Computer Install Applications Using SmartSystems Foundation Console Install Applications Using an SD Card Install Applications Using a USB Storage Device Update the System Software Update System Software Using SmartSystems Foundation Update Individual Computers Using a USB Storage Device iv CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

5 Contents Configure the Computer How to Configure the Computer Use Intermec Settings on the Computer Start Intermec Settings About the Structure of Intermec Settings Navigate in Intermec Settings Restore Default Settings Hide Menu Items in Intermec Settings Use Intermec Settings Remotely With SmartSystems Foundation About Network Communications Configure a/b/g/n (Wi-Fi) Radio Communications About Bluetooth Communications Connect to a Bluetooth Scanner Connect to a Bluetooth Printer About Serial and USB Communications Connect the Intermec SR30 or SR61T USB Scanner Connect to a Serially Tethered Scanner About Wireless Security Choose Between Microsoft and Wireless Security Select Microsoft Security as Your Security Choice Select Wireless Security as Your Security Choice Select a Wireless Security Profile Load a Certificate Use WWAN and GPS Communications About WWAN Communications About the Status Buttons and Icons Activate UMTS Communications Activate CDMA Communications About GPS Test the GPS Receiver Configure WWAN Settings Create a Profile About the OneClick Internet PIN Number Activate or Deactivate a PIN Number Change the PIN Number CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual v

6 Contents 6 Configure Network Connections AutoLaunch the OneClick Internet Application Connect to WWAN Automatically On Startup Reconnect to WWAN Automatically About Data Roaming Enable or Disable Data Roaming Enable Roaming Alerts View WWAN Network Statistics View All Current Network Statistics View Used Data History Enable Screen Blanking About Screen Blanking Install the Hardware for Screen Blanking Before You Install the Switch Tools You Need Create a Custom Serial Cable Install Switch for Screen Blanking Enable Screen Blanking Troubleshoot and Maintain the Computer Troubleshoot Your Computer Troubleshoot the Wi-Fi Connection Troubleshoot 802.1x Security Check Network Status Troubleshoot Reading Bar Codes Troubleshoot Operating the Computer Call Product Support Find Your Configuration Number Find Your Operating System Version View WWAN Settings Reset the Computer Restart or Shut Down the Computer Disconnect the UPS Battery Replace the Fuse vi CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

7 Contents Clean the Computer Specifications and Default Settings A Physical and Environmental Specifications Physical Dimensions Environmental Specifications Power and Electrical Specifications Hardware Standard Communications Wireless LAN Bluetooth Default Configuration Data Collection Settings Communications Device Settings RFID Settings Virtual Wedge Settings Common Lockdown Service Settings Device Monitor Settings Core Messaging Services Port Pin Assignments COM 1 and COM 2 Ports USB Port CANBUS/Audio Port Power Supply Connector USB Dongle Cable Keypads and Keystrokes B Standard Characters C ScanNGo Wi-Fi Configuration Bar Codes Radio Configuration Bar Codes D Configuration Bar Codes D Configuration Bar Codes CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual vii

8 Contents viii CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

9 Before You Begin Before You Begin Safety Information This section provides you with safety information, technical support information, and sources for additional product information. Your safety is extremely important. Read and follow cautions in this document before handling and operating Intermec equipment. You can be seriously injured, and equipment and data can be damaged if you do not follow the safety cautions. This section explains how to identify and understand cautions and notes that are in this document. A caution alerts you to an operating procedure, practice, condition, or statement that must be strictly observed to prevent equipment damage or destruction, or corruption or loss of data. Note: Notes either provide extra information about a topic or contain special instructions for handling a particular condition or set of circumstances. Global Services and Support Warranty Information To understand the warranty for your Intermec product, visit the Intermec website at and click Support > Returns and Repairs > Warranty. Disclaimer of warranties: The sample code included in this document is presented for reference only. The code does not necessarily represent complete, tested programs. The code is provided as is with all faults. All warranties are expressly disclaimed, including the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Web Support Visit the Intermec website at to download our current manuals (in PDF). CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual ix

10 Before You Begin Related Documents Visit the Intermec technical knowledge base (Knowledge Central) at and click Support > Knowledge Central to review technical information or to request technical support for your Intermec product. Send Feedback Your feedback is crucial to the continual improvement of our documentation. To provide feedback about this manual, please contact the Intermec Technical Communications department directly at Telephone Support In the U.S.A. and Canada, call Outside the U.S.A. and Canada, contact your local Intermec representative. To search for your local representative, from the Intermec website, click About Us > Contact Us. This is a list of related Intermec documents. Intermec Settings Command Reference Manual Intermec Developer Library (IDL) Resource Kit Developer s Guide The Intermec website at contains our documents (as PDF files) that you can download for free. To download documents 1 Visit the Intermec website at 2 Click the Products tab. 3 Using the Products menu, navigate to your product page. For example, to find the CV41 computer product page, click Computers > Fixed Vehicle Computers > CV41. 4 Click the Manuals tab. If your product does not have its own product page, click Support > Manuals. Use the Product Category, the Product Family, and Product to find your documentation. x CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

11 Patent Information Before You Begin Product is covered by one or more of the following patents: 5,218,191; 5,233,172; 5,241,488; 5,243,602; 5,258,606; 5,288,985; 5,308,966; 5,342,210; 5,359,185; 5,389,770; 5,397,885; 5,414,251; 5,416,463; 5,442,167; 5,464,972; 5,468,947; 5,468,950; 5,477,044; 5,486,689; 5,500,516; 5,502,297; 5,504,367; 5,514,858; 5,534,684; 5,536,924; 5,539,191; 5,541,419; 5,548,108; 5,550,362; 5,550,364; 5,565,669; 5,572,007; 5,576,529; 5,594,230; 5,598,007; 5,608,578; 5,616,909; 5,619,027; 5,640,001; 5,659,431; 5,672,860; 5,684,290; 5,719,678; 5,729,003; 5,742,041; 5,761,219; 5,764,798; 5,777,308; 5,777,309; 5,777,310; 5,786,583; 5,798,509; 5,798,513; 5,804,805; 5,811,776; 5,811,777; 5,818,027; 5,821,523; 5,834,749; 5,837,987; 5,841,121; 5,842,070; 5,854,478; 5,862,267; 5,869,840; 5,873,070; 5,877,486; 5,878,395; 5,886,338; 5,895,906; 5,902,987; 5,902,988; 5,912,452; 5,923,022; 5,936,224; 5,949,056; 5,969,321; 5,969,326; 5,979,768; 5,987,192; 5,992,750; 6,003,775; 6,012,640; 6,016,960; 6,018,597; 6,024,289; 6,034,379; 6,036,093; 6,039,252; 6,064,763; 6,095,422; 6,097,839; 6,102,289; 6,102,295; 6,119,941; 6,128,414; 6,138,915; 6,149,061; 6,149,063; 6,152,370; 6,155,490; 6,158,661; 6,164,542; 6,164,545; 6,173,893; 6,195,053; 6,234,393; 6,234,395; 6,249,008; 6,328,214; 6,330,975; 6,345,765; 6,356,949; 6,367,699; 6,375,075; 6,375,076; 6,435,411; 6,484,944; 6,641,046; 6,669,087; 6,681,994; 6,688,523; 6,732,930; 6,879,428; 6,889,903; 6,974,085; 7,035,466; 7,143,941; 7,185,819; 7,190,835; 7,232,072; 7,322,526; 6,847,620; 6,857,013; 6,944,446; 6,970,459; 6,976,062; 7,125,743; 7,139,870; 7,159,764; 7,206,338; 7,208,916; 7,210,633; 7,271,679; 7,298,791; 7,325,741; 7,327,988; 7,336,853; 7,451,441; 7,564,799; 7,572,990; 7,580,395; 7,590,425; 7,633,550; 7,669,201; 7,761,864; 7,888,913; 7,895,267; 7,924,346; 7,962,104; 8,002,173; 8,014,354; 8,064,924. There may be other U.S. and foreign patents pending. CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual xi

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13 1 About the Computer This chapter introduces the CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer with Windows Embedded Standard operating system. Use this chapter to learn about the basic features and available accessories. 1

14 Chapter 1 About the Computer About the CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer The rugged CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer is designed for real-time data collection applications in warehousing, distribution, work-in-process, time and attendance, and stationary applications. The CV41 is highly configurable and runs on the Microsoft Windows Embedded Standard (WES) operating system. Additionally, the CV41 supports terminal emulation applications, browser-based applications, and custom applications. The CV41 is used with the smart dock. The dock installs onto a vehicle and provides conditioned power to the CV41. All peripheral connections are also made on the dock. With the CV41 design, you can easily remove the CV41 from the smart dock and attach it to another vehicle that is equipped with a dock. CV41 Front View Power button Microphone Speakers 2 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

15 CV41 Back View with Quick Mount Smart Dock Wi-Fi antenna plug Wi-Fi (aux) antenna plug GPS antenna plug Chapter 1 About the Computer WWAN antenna plug Strain relief clamps COM1 COM2 USB connector CANBUS/audio connector CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 3

16 Chapter 1 About the Computer CV41 Back View with Quick Mount Smart Dock Fuse Power connector Power button Padlock provision Laptop security cable provision Overview of the Features The CV41 includes these standard features: WVGA display with a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels 2 GB of RAM memory 4 GB solid state disk (SSD) or optional 8 GB SSD. User-installable SD expansion slot supporting up to 32 GB a/b/g/n and Bluetooth radios Optional WWAN radio (available in North America, Europe, and Australia only) Intel Atom 1.6 GHz processor The CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer has an IEEE a/b/g/n radio installed and Wi-Fi certified for interoperability with other a/b/g/n wireless LAN devices. 4 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

17 About the Power Supply Options Chapter 1 About the Computer To operate the computer, you must provide power to the computer through the DC power cable that is provided or through one of the following power supply options: External 6-96 DC/DC Power Converter External AC/DC Power Supply Contact your local Intermec representative to order one of the power supply options listed. For installation instructions, see the CV41 Vehicle Mounting Kit Reference Guide. About the Smart Dock The smart dock is secured to a forklift using a RAM mounting kit and provides conditioned power to the computer. The computer can then be connected or removed from the smart dock at any time. With this unique system, you can easily move the computer from one vehicle equipped with the smart dock to another. The smart dock includes: a USB port. two COM ports. a CANBUS/audio port. strain relief cable mounts. To connect any accessory such as a tethered scanner, an audio headset, or a USB flash drive, you need to purchase the correct accessory cables. For more information, contact your local Intermec representative. Make sure the smart dock is powered off before you connect any cables to it. CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 5

18 Chapter 1 About the Computer Attach the CV41 to the Smart Dock After you secure the smart dock and connected it to power, you can attach the computer to the smart dock. 1 Press the Power button. The computer turns off. 2 Locate the protruding lip on the rear of the computer. 3 Place the lip of the computer over the top of the dock. 4 Slide the CV41 from side-to-side until the computer is seated into the smart dock. 5 Push down onto the smart dock until you hear click. 6 If necessary, adjust the viewing angle by adjusting the pivot arm on the RAM mount. 6 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

19 Chapter 1 About the Computer 7 Press the Power button on the smart dock to turn on the dock. 8 Press the Power button on the CV41 to turn on the CV41. CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 7

20 Chapter 1 About the Computer Remove the CV41 from the Smart Dock You can easily move the computer from one vehicle equipped with the smart dock to another. 1 Press the Power button. The computer turns off. 2 Pull down on the red quick release handle. 3 Pull the bottom of the computer away from the smart dock. 4 Lift the computer away from the dock. 8 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

21 Secure the CV41 Chapter 1 About the Computer Use either a padlock or a laptop security provision to keep your computer safe. Padlock Provision Location Laptop Security Provision Location CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 9

22 Chapter 1 About the Computer About the CV41 Startup Behavior Change the startup behavior so that the computer can be turned on and off through the ignition input signal of a vehicle or when power is applied to the smart dock. For more information about the startup behavior, see the following table. CV41 Startup Behavior Descriptions Startup Behavior Description Standard Ignition control Auto-On The computer is turned on and off manually using the Power button on the computer. When vehicle power is applied, the computer turns on. Make sure that the: power switch on the smart dock is on. the ignition input wire is connected. The computer is turned on when power is applied: power switch on the smart dock is on. the ignition input wire is connected. Select a Startup Behavior By default the computer startup behavior is set to standard. If you intend to startup your computer using ignition control or auto-on, make sure you wire the ignition input wire according to the CV41 Vehicle Mounting Kit Reference Guide. You must wire the ignition input wire before enabling ignition control or auto-on. 1 Tap Start > Control Panel > AutoOn. The Ignition and Auto-On Properties screen appears 2 Select the startup behavior. 3 Tap OK. 10 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

23 Chapter 1 About the Computer About the LEDs The LEDs on the computer indicates the state of the computer. Connection LEDs Connection LED Status Descriptions LED State Description On The computer is connected to WWAN. Off The computer is not connected to WWAN. On The computer is connected to Wi-Fi. Off The computer is not connected to Wi-Fi. On Off Bluetooth is turned on. Bluetooth is turned off. CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 11

24 Chapter 1 About the Computer System LEDs UPS System LED Status Descriptions LED State Description Solid green The computer is on. The computer is on but the display or backlight may be off. Blinking green every 1.5 seconds Blinking green every 4.5 seconds Off The computer is in suspend mode. External power is not present. You need to move the computer to a warmer environment. The computer is in suspend mode. External power is not present. You need to move the computer to a warmer environment. The computer is off. 12 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

25 Chapter 1 About the Computer System LED Status Descriptions (Continued) LED State Description UPS Solid green When external power is present, the UPS battery is charging. When running on battery power, the computer is off or the UPS battery is not present. Solid amber When external power is present: There is no UPS battery installed. The computer is out of charging temperature range. A charging timeout occured. A charging fault occured. When running on battery power: The UPS battery is supplying power to the computer. Solid red When external power is not present, it means that the UPS battery is low on power, and the computer will shutdown in approximately 2 minutes. Off The UPS battery is fully charged. The UPS battery is not charging. Flashing green Read or write activity is occurring. Off There is no read or write activity. CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 13

26 Chapter 1 About the Computer About the Internal UPS Battery The computer contains an internal UPS battery that is automatically charged when you place the computer in a powered smart dock. The UPS battery can power the computer for approximately 30 minutes at -20 C (-4 F) or higher. The UPS battery allows you to continue using the computer when it is not mounted in a dock or when the vehicle battery is being changed. If the UPS battery becomes critically low on power, the computer performs a controlled shutdown. You can recharge it by placing the CV41 into the smart dock. You can fully charge a discharged UPS battery in approximately 4 hours. Disconnect the UPS battery if you plan on shipping the computer to another location. For help, see Disconnect the UPS Battery on page 99. Maximize the Internal UPS Battery Usage Adjust the backlight, screen, or computer turn off times to maximize the internal UPS battery usage. 1 Tap Start > Control Panel > Power Options. The Power Option Properties screen appears. 14 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

27 Chapter 1 About the Computer 2 In the Power Schemes tab, select a power scheme or set the power options manually in the drop-down menus. 3 Tap OK when you are finished to save your changes. About the Backup Battery The computer has a permanent lithium-ion battery installed to maintain the time, date, and CMOS setup information for a minimum of 90 days. The lithium-ion battery is not user-replaceable and should last five years before it needs a replacement. The backup battery must only be changed by authorized service personnel. For more information, contact your local Intermec service representative. CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 15

28 Chapter 1 About the Computer Insert an SD Card You can use an SD card to increase file storage and install software. The computer supports SD cards up to 32 GB. 1 Remove the computer from the smart dock. 2 Press the Power button. The computer turns off. 3 Using a small Phillips screwdriver, remove the two screws that secure the SD card access panel. SD card 4 Insert the SD card into the SD card slot. 5 Reattach the SD card access panel and screw to a torque value of 4-5 in/lbs. 6 Reattach the CV41 to the smart dock. 7 Press the Power button to turn on the computer. 16 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

29 About the Touch Screen Chapter 1 About the Computer Protect the Touch Screen Calibrate the Screen The computer comes with an 8-inch color touch screen display with a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels. The display also comes with an optional defroster to reduce condensation on the external surface of the display when moving between sub-freezing temperatures and normal temperatures. Apply the optional touch screen protective film to help protect the screen from minor damage, scratches, and abrasions. Contact your local Intermec representative to order protective film for your touch screen. 1 Clean the touch screen from fingerprints, lint particles, dust, and smudges. For more information, see Clean the Computer on page Peel off the backing from the film to expose the adhesive. 3 Slide one edge of the film between the touch screen and display housing. 4 Repeat Step 3 for the other three edges of the touch screen film. You may need to calibrate your screen if you tap on one area and it registers in a different area of the screen. Make sure you use the stylus to complete the alignment process. 1 In the Windows Taskbar, tap the PM icon and select Control Panel. 2 Select PenMount 6000 USB and tap Configure. 3 Tap one of the recalibration methods. 4 Follow the prompts on the screen to complete the alignment process. CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 17

30 Chapter 1 About the Computer Adjust the Screen Brightness Depending on the current lighting conditions of the environment, you may want to adjust the screen brightness of the CV41. Note: If automatic screen brightness is enabled, you cannot adjust the screen brightness on the CV41. 1 On the keypad, tap the ALT key to enable the secondary keys. 2 Tap F7 to increase brightness or F8 to decrease the brightness. 3 Repeat Steps 1 and 2 to increase or decrease brightness. Enable Automatic Screen Brightness If your computer is equipped with an outdoor display, enable automatic brightness control to allow the computer to automatically adjust the screen brightness depending on the current lighting conditions. 1 Tap Start > Control Panel > Screen. The Screen Control screen appears. 2 Select Enable Automatic Brightness Control. 3 In Low to medium light level (%), enter the brightness value you want to have in low to medium light conditions. 4 In Medium to high light level (%), enter the brightness value you want to have in medium to high light conditions. 5 Tap OK. 18 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

31 Set the Screen Backlight Chapter 1 About the Computer By default, the screen turns off when there is no activity with the computer. Use this section to learn how to configure the time that the screen backlight turns off. 1 Tap Start > Control Panel > Power Options. The Power Option Properties screen appears. 2 In the Power Schemes tab, select the time you want the screen backlight to turn off in the Turn off monitor drop-down menus. Rotate the Screen 3 Tap OK to save your settings. Rotate the screen to change the screen orientation of the computer. 1 Tap Start > Control Panel > Screen Rotation. 2 In the drop-down menu, select the orientation you want. 3 Tap OK to rotate your screen. CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 19

32 Chapter 1 About the Computer Enable the Defroster If your CV41 contains a defroster, use it to help reduce condensation on an external surface when the computer is moving between sub-freezing and normal temperatures. 1 Tap Start > Control Panel > Screen. The Screen Control screen appears. 2 Select Enable Defroster. Change the Volume 3 In Trip Point, set the temperature tripping point in degrees Celsius. When the temperature reaches the trip point, the heater automatically turns on. 4 Tap OK. Change the CV41 volume to suit your needs and the environment. 1 On the keypad, tap ALT to enable the secondary keys. 2 Tap F9 to increase volume or F10 to decrease the volume. 3 Repeat Steps 1 and 2 to increase or decrease volume. About the CV41 Radio Antennas The CV41 comes equipped with an radio and can be ordered with internal or external antennas. When the CV41 is ordered with internal antennas, the external antenna connectors are not used. GPS and WWAN are optional on the CV41 and require externally mounted antennas. 20 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

33 Connect an External Antenna Chapter 1 About the Computer Use this section to learn how to connect an external radio antenna to the CV41. You can purchase , GPS, or WWAN antennas to mount onto a wall, forklift, or other flat surface. For more information on ordering an antenna, contact your local Intermec representative. 1 Using your own hardware, secure the external antenna to a wall, forklift, or other flat surface. 2 Secure the antenna to one of the antenna plugs on the CV41. Wi-Fi antenna plug Wi-Fi (aux) antenna plug GPS antenna plug WWAN antenna plug CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 21

34 Chapter 1 About the Computer 3 Unscrew the antenna clamp on the smart dock and route the antenna wire through the antenna clamp. Antenna clamp 4 Screw the antenna clamp back into the smart dock. 22 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

35 About the Keypad Chapter 1 About the Computer Because system performance and antenna polarization are site-dependent, a permanent mounting location may require some experimentation. In most fixed installations, you should mount the antenna initially in a vertically-polarized position, with the cable from the antenna parallel to the floor and ceiling. For information on purchasing an antenna, contact your local Intermec sales representative. The computer comes with one standard keypad overlay and contains a backlight for low light conditions. Use the following sections to understand how to use the keypad. CV41 Keypad Overlay CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 23

36 Chapter 1 About the Computer Remap the Power Button By default, pressing the Power button on the keypad shuts down the computer. You can change this by going to the Power Options Properties menu. 1 Tap Start > Control Panel > Power Options and select the Advanced tab. 2 In the drop-down menu, select the setting you want to assign to the Power button and tap OK. Enter Characters on the Keypad You need to use the the orange modifier ( b ) key, the green modifier ( Alt ) key, and the Control ( Ctrl ) key to access all characters and functions on the keypad. To type a character: Press the key for that character. To type an orange character or function printed on the key or overlay: Press b and then press the key for the character or function. To use the green function printed on the overlay: Press Alt key and then press the key next to the function. To type a single uppercase letter: Press ] and then the letter key. To type all uppercase letters: Press b ] to turn on Caps Lock, and then press the letter keys. To turn off Caps Lock: Press b ] to turn off Caps Lock. 24 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

37 Chapter 1 About the Computer CV41 Options and Accessories You can use these accessories (sold and ordered separately) with the CV41. To order accessories, contact your local Intermec sales representative. CV41 Accessories Accessory Quick Mount Smart Dock RAM Mounting Kit USB Y-Cable Screen Blanking Box CANBUS Y-Cable UPS Battery Audio Cable Vocollect Bluetooth Headset Touch Screen Protective Film (10 pack) Replacement Touch Panel Stylus Kit (5 pack) WWAN Adhesive Mount Antenna Kit Description The smart dock provides a mount for the CV41, and supplies conditioned power to the CV41. For more information, see the CV41 Vehicle Mounting Kit Reference Guide. Use this mounting kit to attach the CV41 to a variety of surfaces, including a vehicle or to your desktop. For more information, see the CV41 Vehicle Mounting Kit Reference Guide. Use the USB cable to connect USB devices and peripherals to the CV41. Use the screen blanking box to turn off the CV41 display while a vehicle is in motion. Use the CANBUS Y-Cable to connect a CANBUS interface to the CV41. Purchase a new UPS battery when the one in your CV41 does not provide satisfactory operating time or is damaged. Use the audio cable to connect a wired headset to the CV41. Use the headset for a hands-free voice solution. Use the protective film to to reduce wear and protect the touch screen from being damaged. If your touch panel is damaged, purchase a replacement touch panel for the CV41. Use the stylus to navigate around the user interface of the CV41. If your CV41 is equipped with a WWAN radio, purchase the WWAN antenna to provide WWAN connectivity to the CV41. CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 25

38 Chapter 1 About the Computer CV41 Accessories (Continued) Accessory GPS Antenna Kit 6-96 VDC Power Connection Kit AC Power Supply Recovery DVD Description If your CV41 is equipped with a GPS radio, purchase the GPS antenna to provide GPS connectivity to the CV41. Use this kit to supply power to trucks that are greater than 60 VDC. Use the AC power supply to power the CV41. Use the recovery DVD to reinstall the Windows Embedded Standard image onto the CV CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

39 2 Understand the User Interface and Intermec Applications Use this chapter to learn about the Windows Embedded Standard user interface and how to interact with the screen. You can also use this chapter to learn about the Intermec applications on your computer, as well as additional Intermec applications you can download. 27

40 Chapter 2 Understand the User Interface and Intermec Applications About the User Interface The user interface for the Window Embedded Standard operating system is similar to the Windows XP operating system. The interface is touch-friendly and easy to navigate. About the Desktop Screen When you turn on your computer, the Desktop screen is the first screen that appears, unless Intermec Terminal Emulator (ITE) is configured to automatically launch. The Desktop screen contains the Desktop and the Taskbar. Windows Embedded Standard Default Screen Windows Desktop Windows Taskbar The Taskbar is located at the bottom of the screen. It displays the Start menu icon, the current time, the Input panel icon, and the current status of information such as external power connections, and battery power remaining. Use the following table for CV41 specific taskbar icons. 28 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

41 About Screen Gestures Chapter 2 Understand the User Interface and Intermec Applications Learning to use the computer is easy. This section describes the basic concepts of using and customizing the vehicle mount computer and Windows Embedded Standard. Screen Gestures Action Tap Double-tap Drag Tap and hold Description Tap the screen once with your stylus or finger to select options, open or close applications, or launch menus. Double-tap the screen with your stylus or finger to launch applications. Hold your stylus or finger on the screen and drag across the screen to select text and images. Tap and hold your stylus or finger on an item to see a menu of actions available for that item. On the pop-up menu that appears, tap the action you want to perform. Use Pop-Up Menus Use pop-up menus to quickly perform an action on an item. For example, you can use a pop-up menu to delete or make a copy of an item. To access a pop-up menu, tap and hold the item on which you want to perform the action. When the menu appears, tap the action you want to perform, or tap anywhere outside the menu to close the menu without performing the action. CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 29

42 Chapter 2 Understand the User Interface and Intermec Applications Set the Date and Time Use this section to learn how to set the date and time for the computer. Optionally, you can sync the date and time to a local time server. 1 Tap the clock on the taskbar. The Date/Time Properties screen appears. 2 Set your current date, time, and time zone. 3 (Optional) Sync to a local time server. a Tap the Internet Time tab. b Select Automatically adjust clock for daylight savings. c In the Server drop-down menu, select a time server and tap Update Now. 4 Tap Apply to save your settings. About Intermec Applications Intermec provides many useful applications to help you configure, troubleshoot, and connect your computer to other devices and networks. You can also download additional applications from the Intermec website to help you use all of the features of your computer. Applications Available On the Computer Use this table to understand some of the Intermec applications available on your computer. Applications Available On the Computer Icon Application Description Intermec Settings Use Intermec Settings to configure your computer. You can use Intermec Settings to individually configure a computer or you can use it through SmartSystems to configure all of your computers. For more information, see Use Intermec Settings on the Computer on page CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

43 Chapter 2 Understand the User Interface and Intermec Applications Applications Available On the Computer (Continued) Icon Application Description Profile Settings Use Profile Settings to easily configure the computer for a specific use. Bluetooth Printing Use the Bluetooth Printing application to connect to a Bluetooth printer. For more information, see Connect to a Bluetooth Printer on page 53. Bluetooth Scanning Use the Bluetooth Scanning application to connect to a Bluetooth scanner. For more information, see Connect to a Bluetooth Scanner on page 52. OneClick Internet Use the OneClick Internet application to enable and configure WWAN and GPS settings. For more information, see Use WWAN and GPS Communications on page 71. Intermec Browser Intermec Browser is a locked-down web application for your computer that is compatible with Internet Explorer 6.0. You can configure Intermec Browser for your specific application requirements and design your own web pages. For more information, see the Intermec Browser User Manual. Intermec Terminal Emulator (ITE) Intermec Terminal Emulator (ITE), part of Intermec Client Pack (ICP), is a terminal emulation client designed for enterprise-level data collection. ITE is packed with enhancements that improve productivity, reduce errors, and deliver fast return on investment. It supports multiple emulation protocols in a single client and has new features such as session persistence, remote management and configuration, and offers a maintenance plan to keep you up-to-date with the latest releases and upgrades. For more information, see the Intermec Terminal Emulator User Guide. CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 31

44 Chapter 2 Understand the User Interface and Intermec Applications Applications You Can Download For the Computer You can download several Intermec applications from the website that extend the capabilities of your computer. All of the applications explained below are available from the Intermec website. Some of the applications require the purchase of a license to run. To find the application you want, go to > Support > Downloads and then enter the information to find your computer. About Intermec Launcher Intermec Launcher is a Microsoft Windows application, designed for Intermec computers, that provides a platform from which other applications may be launched while attempting to provide a locked-down environment. You can configure Intermec Launcher for your specific application requirements. You can download and use Intermec Launcher for a 60-day evaluation period. After the evaluation period expires, you will need to purchase a license. About Features Demo Intermec Features Demo provides a simple way to explore the key features of your mobile computer. You will find applications that demonstrate scanning, document imaging, image capture, printing, and GPS functionality. Many of the applications that are part of Features Demo also have separate full-featured versions that you can download and license for your computer. About SmartSystems SmartSystems is an easy-to-use software platform that provides IT Administrators and Integrators a single, integrated portal for hands-free provisioning, deployment, and management of Intermec devices minimizing the effort spent on software upgrades, equipment monitoring, maintenance and troubleshooting. 32 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

45 Chapter 2 Understand the User Interface and Intermec Applications SmartSystems Foundation provides a consistent way to manage Intermec devices including computers, vehicle mounted computers, RFID readers, printers and bar code scanners, located on-site or remote, to make the most of limited IT resources, and lower the total cost of ownership for Intermec data collection equipment. SmartSystems Foundation can be downloaded at no charge from the Intermec website. For more information, visit CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 33

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47 3 Manage the Computer Use this chapter to learn how to remotely update, configure, and monitor your Intermec computers. You will also find information on installing software applications as well as how to upgrade the system software. 35

48 Chapter 3 Manage the Computer About Managing the Computer in Your Network When you have multiple computers and peripherals in your network, it is essential to have an easy way to manage updates, configure all of the devices, and remotely troubleshoot problems. Intermec provides a free device management software platform called SmartSystems Foundation to help you manage your devices. You can also purchase third-party device management software through a vendor. Manage the Computer Using SmartSystems Foundation SmartSystems Foundation is a software platform that lets you manage all of your SmartSystems-enabled devices simultaneously from a central server. The SmartSystems Foundation console displays all SmartSystems-enabled computers and peripherals in your network. Intermec SmartSystems Foundation Console Through the console, you can: drag-and-drop configuration bundles, operating system updates, and firmware upgrades to multiple computers. save configuration settings from a single device and deploy those settings to many devices simultaneously. remotely change settings on SmartSystems-enabled computers and peripherals. 36 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

49 Chapter 3 Manage the Computer The SmartSystems Foundation console can report on asset locations and battery status, making it easier to manage your devices. With a Provisioning license, SmartSystems Foundation can automatically push software, configuration settings, and other files to connected computers. You can download SmartSystems Foundation from the Intermec website at no charge. For more information, visit To purchase a Provisioning license, contact your local Intermec sales representative. Install Applications Onto the Computer Install applications onto the computer using one of the following methods: SmartSystems Console SD card USB storage device Install Applications Using SmartSystems Foundation Console You can use the SmartSystems console to drag-and-drop Intermec applications onto your computer. The console is part of SmartSystems Foundation. 1 Download your application file from the Intermec website and unzip it on your desktop PC. 2 Double-click the application file to install it. The application file should appear in the Software Vault. 3 From the SmartSystems console in the Software Vault, drag-and-drop the application onto each computer in your network, or drop the application on a group of computers contained in a folder. Install Applications Using an SD Card Use an SD card to install applications on one computer at a time or if you have no network connection. 1 Copy your application file to the storage card. CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 37

50 Chapter 3 Manage the Computer 2 Install the SD card into the computer. 3 Tap Start > My Computer > Removable Disk and select the application you want to install. Install Applications Using a USB Storage Device Use a USB storage device to install applications on one computer at a time or if you have no network connection. 1 Copy your application file to the USB storage device. 2 Insert the computer into the smart dock. 3 Insert the USB storage device to the USB Y-Cable and connect it to the smart dock. 4 Tap Start > My Computer > Removable Disk and select the application you want to install. Update the System Software The computer uses SmartSystems bundles to update system software. Intermec provides these methods to update your computer: you can update individual computers, or multiple computers at the same time using the SmartSystems console. for help, see the next section. You can update individual computers using a USB storage device. Update System Software Using SmartSystems Foundation You can use the SmartSystems console to update the system software on your CV41. The console is part of SmartSystems Foundation and is available from the Intermec website. Before you can update your computer, you need: SmartSystems Foundation. To download SmartSystems Foundation, go to and click the Downloads tab. the files you want to install. These files are available from the Intermec website at Go to Support > Downloads > OS/Firmware/Drivers list. 38 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

51 Chapter 3 Manage the Computer After you locate these items, you can update your computer using SmartSystems Foundation. 1 Open the SmartSystems console. 2 Make sure the computer is discovered. 3 Make sure the computer is in the powered smart dock and that power management is disabled. 4 Download the SmartSystems bundle to your PC. 5 Double-click the SmartSystems bundle on your PC to extract the update files to the Software Vault. 6 From the SmartSystems console, locate the bundle to install and drag them to each computer (or group in a folder) you want to update. The SmartSystems console installs the update to your computers. Note: The SmartSystems console indicates that your computer is offline by displaying a red stop symbol until the computer reboots and connects to the system. Update Individual Computers Using a USB Storage Device You can transfer upgrade bundles from your desktop PC to your computer using a USB storage device. Before you can update your computer, you need: the SmartSystems bundles you want to install. These bundles are available from the Intermec website at Go to Support > Downloads > OS/Firmware/Drivers list. a USB storage device. USB Y-cable adapter After you have located these items, you can update your computer. 1 Download the SmartSystems bundle to your PC and note the download section. 2 Transfer the bundle file to the USB storage device. 3 Connect the USB storage device to the y-cable and to the CV41. 4 Run the.exe file from within the bundle. 5 Follow the onscreen instructions to update your computer. CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 39

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53 4 Configure the Computer Use this chapter to learn about the available methods for configuring your computer and how to use Intermec Settings. You can also use this chapter to learn how to configure network communications and wireless security. 41

54 Chapter 4 Configure the Computer How to Configure the Computer You can configure many parameters on the computer such as the bar code symbologies it decodes or the network settings. The values you set for these parameters determine how the computer operates. There are several ways to configure the computer: Directly on the computer. You can use Intermec Settings directly on the computer to change only the settings on that computer. For more information, see the next section.. Remotely using Intermec SmartSystems Foundation. When you use SmartSystems, you can remotely configure all of your CV41 vehicle mount computers as well as other SmartSystems-enabled Intermec computers and peripherals. For more information, see Use Intermec Settings Remotely With SmartSystems Foundation on page 50. You can use a third-party device management product that supports the computer and Intermec Settings, such as Soti MobiControl or Wavelink Avalanche. For more information, visit the Device Management page on the Intermec website. You can also configure the computer with configuration bundles that you create using SmartSystems Foundation. For more information, see the SmartSystems Foundation Online Help. Use Intermec Settings on the Computer Use Intermec Settings to configure parameters for Intermec applications on the computer as well as some device-specific parameters like volume. You can configure parameters for important functions like data collection and communications. External bar code scanners are supported by connecting the scanner to a USB port, COM port, or by Bluetooth. When configuring a scanner using Intermec Settings, the scanner symbologies can be updated through the CV41 data collection software. 42 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

55 Start Intermec Settings Chapter 4 Configure the Computer Intermec Settings is located in the Control Panel. 1 Tap Start > Control Panel. 2 If you are in Category View, tap Switch to Classic View. 3 Tap Intermec Settings. The Intermec Settings Main Menu appears. About the Structure of Intermec Settings Use the following tables to help find the parameters in Intermec Settings that you want to configure. Each table contains the parameters for one of the Intermec Settings Main Menu options. If you see > next to a menu option, there are more screens available in the next level. If you see... next to a menu option, there is only one more screen available. Most parameters are saved when you tap OK. Some settings, require you to reboot the computer for the changes to take effect. CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 43

56 Chapter 4 Configure the Computer Data Collection Menu Data Collection Options Parameters You Can Configure Tethered-Configure on connect Overwrite with computer settings Keep scanner settings Enable USB scanner Enable USB scanner auto-detect auto-detect Tethered Scanners (COM 1) Enable Scanner Port Symbologies Symbology options Scanner settings Scanner port settings Decode security Tethered Scanners (COM 2) Enable Scanner Port Symbologies Symbology options Scanner settings Scanner port settings Decode security Bluetooth Scanner BT-configure on connect Communications Menu Communications Options Parameters You Can Configure Device Name Device name Radio Radio enabled Security choice Wireless security Settings IP settings Certificates Radio bands Allow security changes Bluetooth Bluetooth settings (power, discoverable, connectable, and so on) 44 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

57 Chapter 4 Configure the Computer Device Settings Menu Device Settings Options Parameters You Can Configure Date and Time Date and time settings IDL Runtime Versions ITC50 (read-only) ITCScan (read-only) Heater Screen heater settings Power Management Auto-on Profile Settings Application Whether these parameter options appear in Profile Settings: Always on Maximize battery life Normal Screen Brightness settings Screen Blanking On Motion settings System Component Versions System component versions (read-only) Applications Menu Application Options Parameters You Can Configure Intermec Browser Administration settings Menu options Toolbar options Key options Printer settings Function key mapping CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 45

58 Chapter 4 Configure the Computer Applications Menu Application Options Parameters You Can Configure Intermec Terminal Emulation Program name (read-only) Program version (read-only) Enable SIP No Lockdown settings No Auto-Start OOR Monitor settings Chk In License settings Trusted App settings Scan Control settings Menu options Toolbar options Debug filters UDP+ options Sessions 1-4 Printer Menu Printer Options Printer (if connected through Bluetooth) Parameters You Can Configure Printer settings (Information, memory, printer definitions, power, Bluetooth communications, and so on) Note: The Printer menu displays settings for Bluetooth connected printers. The settings that appear in the menu are dependent on the printer that is paired with the device. The printer needs to be paired using the Bluetooth Printing application. RFID Menu RFID Options RFID Service Parameters You Can Configure Enable RFID service 46 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

59 Chapter 4 Configure the Computer Virtual Wedge Menu Virtual Wedge Options Enable Virtual Wedge Virtual Wedge Method Bar Code Scanner Wedge RFID Reader Wedge Parameters You Can Configure Enable virtual wedge Set the virtual wedge method (adapt to application, character mode, and block mode) Bar code scanner wedge settings (bar code scanner grid and label encoding) RFID reader wedge settings Common Lockdown Service Common Lockdown Service CLDS Server Parameters You Can Configure CLDS server settings. License Manager Menu License Manager Options About License Vault Parameters You Can Configure About settings (read-only) None (displays applications that are licensed) Device Monitor Menu Device Monitor Options Parameters You Can Configure Device Health Controls Enable health data collection Set rule file location Set data refresh periods SmartSystems Information Menu SmartSystems Information Options Identity Parameters You Can Configure Identity information (hardware version, firmware version, OS version, and so on) (read-only) CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 47

60 Chapter 4 Configure the Computer SmartSystems Information Menu SmartSystems Information Options Administrator Location Information Parameters You Can Configure Administrator settings (name, phone, and ) Location settings (country, state, city, campus, and detail) Device Notes (read-only) Core Messaging Service Menu Core Messaging Service Options Server IP Associated Server IP Broadcast Name Port Keep Alive Ping Interval Parameters You Can Configure Server IP (read-only) Associated server IP Broadcast name Port (read-only) Keep alive ping interval For more information on all parameters in Intermec Settings, see the Intermec Settings Command Reference Manual. Navigate in Intermec Settings You can easily navigate through the screens in Intermec Settings to find the parameter you need to configure. To move down a level in Intermec Settings: Tap the menu item in the list. To move back a level in Intermec Settings: Tap Back or Cancel on the Tile bar. To save a parameter setting: Tap OK. To exit Intermec Settings: Tap Menu > Exit or OK. 48 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

61 Restore Default Settings Chapter 4 Configure the Computer You can easily restore a menu to its default settings or all of the Intermec Settings parameters to their default settings if necessary. 1 Navigate to the menu that you want to restore to defaults. 2 Tap Menu > Restore Menu Defaults. 3 When prompted, tap Yes to restore the menu default settings. 4 If prompted to refresh the computer, tap Yes. You can restore defaults settings for all parameters. 1 Tap Menu > Restore All Defaults. The applications asks if you are sure you want to restore all defaults. 2 Tap Yes. After several minutes, all of the default settings are restored. CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 49

62 Chapter 4 Configure the Computer Hide Menu Items in Intermec Settings You can hide items in the Intermec Settings menus if you do not want them available for other users to access. Hidden items are not saved when you back up your settings in the SmartSystems console. On the computer, you can: hide menu items by tapping and holding the item, and then choosing Hide Menu Item from the popup list. When asked if you want to hide the menu, tap Yes. restore all hidden items in all menus, by tapping Menu > Unhide All Items. Note: When you restore default settings in Intermec Settings, only the settings for visible items are restored to defaults. The settings for hidden menu items are not affected. Use Intermec Settings Remotely With SmartSystems Foundation Your computer is SmartSystems-enabled, which lets you open Intermec Settings from the SmartSystems console to remotely configure all of your computers. For more information on SmartSystems, see Manage the Computer Using SmartSystems Foundation on page In the SmartSystems console, select a computer and right-click. 2 From the menu, select Start Intermec Settings. 3 Configure the settings you need to change. As you choose parameters from the tree structure, help for each parameter appears in the upper right pane of Intermec Settings. 4 When you are done making changes, choose File > Save Settings. For help using Intermec Settings, click Help > Contents. For information on all of the parameters in Intermec Settings, see the Intermec Settings Command Reference Manual. 50 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

63 About Network Communications Chapter 4 Configure the Computer You can easily add the computer to your wireless or wired data collection network. You can connect your computer using: a/b/g/n radio communications. Bluetooth communications. USB and serial communications. Configure a/b/g/n (Wi-Fi) Radio Communications Make sure all components with antennas are at least 30 cm (1 ft) apart when power is applied. Failure to comply could result in equipment damage. The computer contains an radio to transfer data using wireless communications and to support the TCP/IP network protocols. This section of the manual assumes that your wireless network is set up, including your access points. By default, the radio is enabled. If it is disabled, use the following procedure to enable the Wi-Fi radio using Intermec Settings. 1 From the Intermec Settings main menu, tap Communications > Radio > Radio Enabled. CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 51

64 Chapter 4 Configure the Computer 2 Select the Radio Enabled check box and tap OK. By default, the computer uses Wireless security and enables DHCP. 3 Use Intermec Settings to configure any other parameters you need to use for communication with your network. 4 Configure security. For help, see About Wireless Security on page 57. About Bluetooth Communications Your computer is Bluetooth -enabled out-of-the-box. With Bluetooth, you can connect to other Bluetooth devices, such as scanners or printers. Connect to a Bluetooth Scanner You can connect the computer to an Intermec Bluetooth scanner, such as the SF51 or SR61. 1 Tap Start > Settings > Control Panel > Bluetooth Scanning. 52 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

65 Chapter 4 Configure the Computer 2 Tap Add Device. 3 Select Search, Manual, Quick Connect (Incoming), or Previous Devices. Follow the onscreen instruction to add a wireless scanner. Connect to a Bluetooth Printer To configure your computer for Bluetooth wireless printing, you need to: create an application that opens the wireless printing COM port on your computer. For help, see the Bluetooth Resource Kit, which is part of the Intermec Developer Library (IDL), available from the Intermec website at select the current wireless printer on your computer. For help, see the next procedure. Note: You can also print wirelessly using Microsoft APIs with Bluetooth extensions for Winsock and Bluetooth virtual COM ports. For help, see the Bluetooth Resource Kit documentation. CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 53

66 Chapter 4 Configure the Computer 1 Tap Start > Settings > Control Panel > Bluetooth Printing. 2 Select Search, Manual, Previous Devices, or Bluetooth COM Port. 3 Tap Acquire Printer. Follow the onscreen instructions to select the current wireless printer. 4 (Optional) Tap Print Test Page. The printer prints out a test page. About Serial and USB Communications Use a serial or USB cable to transmit and receive data from another device through se rial or USB communications. If you are using a USB cable, you must purchase a USB Y-Cable. For more information, contact your local Intermec representative. Connect the Intermec SR30 or SR61T USB Scanner By default when an HID-enabled USB scanner is connected to the computer, the scanned data is transmitted to an active window as keystroke messages and bypasses the Intermec data collection wedge. Any data handling that is applied to the scanned data, such as strip leading or trailing characters must be programmed into the scan engine. You can program your scanner by: scanning configuration bar codes from the manufacturer. installing an application that accepts the incoming data. Once connected, configure the scanner parameters through the computer. If you are using an Intermec scanner, configure it using EasySet. For more information, go to 54 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

67 Chapter 4 Configure the Computer Required USB Cables for the SR61T Scanner Model Required USB Cable SR61T (Gen 1) 6.5 ft (1.9 m) USB cable (P/N ) SR61T (Gen 2) 6.5 ft (1.9 m) USB cable (P/N ) 1 From the Intermec Settings main menu, tap Data Collection > Enable USB Scanner Auto-Detect and select Enable USB Scanner Auto-Detect. 2 Connect the scanner to the computer. 3 If you are using the SR30 or SR61T, enable the HID profile. For the SR30, enable the generic HID profile by scanning the following bar code: For the SR61T (Gen 2), enable the keyboard HID profile by scanning the following bar code: 4 Refresh Intermec Settings. 5 Configure the scanner using Intermec Settings or EasySet. CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 55

68 Chapter 4 Configure the Computer Connect to a Serially Tethered Scanner Use this procedure to connect a tethered scanner and enable RS-232 communications. 1 Connect the scanner to the COM1 or COM2 port. 2 From the Intermec Settings main menu, select Tethered Scanner (COM 1 or COM 2). 3 Tap Scanner Settings. 56 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

69 Chapter 4 Configure the Computer 4 Perform one of these items based on the type of scanner you are connecting: For an SR30 or SR61T scanner, tap Scanner Settings, select SR Intermec Scanner, and then tap OK. For an ASCII scanner, tap Scanner Settings, select ASCII, and then tap OK. Set up the appropriate COM port settings by selecting Scanner Port Settings. 5 Tap Enable scanner port. 6 Check the Enable scanner port check box and tap OK. About Wireless Security The computer provides five types of security for your wireless network: Wi-Fi Protected Access 2 (WPA2 ) Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) 802.1x LEAP WEP This section explains how to configure wireless security on your computer. Intermec recommends that you implement WPA2 security using PSK (Personal) or 802.1X (Enterprise) key management as appropriate. CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 57

70 Chapter 4 Configure the Computer You must use either Wireless or Microsoft security to implement your security solution. For details, see the next section, Choose Between Microsoft and Wireless Security. Intermec recommends that you always implement WPA2 security using PSK (Personal) or 802.1X (Enterprise) key management. If you are using WPA-802.1x, WPA x, or 802.1x security, this section also assumes that your authentication server and authenticators are properly configured. Note: Your security choice does not depend on your authentication server. For example, you can choose Wireless security if you use Microsoft Active Directory to issue certificates. Choose Between Microsoft and Wireless Security The computer supports both Wireless and Microsoft security, which dynamically select wireless networks based on your preferences. The option you choose depends on your network security needs. If you are primarily using the computer to connect to Wi-Fi hotspots, you may want to use Microsoft security. Microsoft security is enabled by default. If it is not, enable it. For help, see Select Microsoft Security on page 59 If you are using the computer in a static environment that requires a high level of security, you should use Wireless security, which offers CCX v4.0 compliance, support for LEAP and TTLS, and configuration for up to four profiles. To use Wireless security, you need to select Wireless security as your seucrity choice and select profile. For help, see the next section, Select a Wireless Security Profile on page CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

71 Chapter 4 Configure the Computer Select Microsoft Security as Your Security Choice Microsoft Security is enabled by default. If it is not, you need to select it as your security choice to use it. After you select Microsoft security as your security choice, you will be prompted to save your settings and reset the computer for your changes to take effect. With Microsoft as your security choice, you can configure: WPA or WPA x Static WEP Select Microsoft Security Use the following procedure to select Microsoft security. 1 Start Intermec Settings. For help, see Start Intermec Settings on page Choose Communications > Radio > Security Choice. 3 From the Security Choice list, select Microsoft Security. An alert box appears telling you that you must save your settings and reboot the computer for the new security choice to take effect. 4 Tap Yes. The computer resets and starts with Microsoft Security as the Security Choice. Configure WPA or WPA2 Enterprise (802.1x) Security With Microsoft Security Use these procedures to set WPA-802.1x security on your computer with Microsoft security. 1 Make sure the communications and radio parameters on your computer are configured. 2 Tap Start > Network Connections. The Network Connections screen appears. 3 Tap and hold onto the Wireless Network Connection icon until the pop-up screen appears and select Properties. 4 Tap the Wireless Networks tab. CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 59

72 Chapter 4 Configure the Computer 5 Make sure your wireless network you are configuring is selected and tap the Properties button. 6 For Network Authentication, choose WPA or WPA2 and select TKIP or AES. The Encryption type automatically defaults to AES. 7 Tap the Authentication tab and choose, choose either PEAP or Smart Card or other certificate. 8 Tap the Properties button. 9 Select Validate server certificate. 10 Select a root certificate or load a root certificate of the authentication server on your computer. For help, see Load a Certificate on page Tap OK to exit the Properties screen. 12 Tap OK again to save the Microsoft Security settings. Enable WPA or WPA2 Personal (PSK) Security With Microsoft Security Use the following procedure to enable WPA-PSK With Microsoft Security. 1 Make sure the communications and radio parameters on your computer are configured. 2 Tap Start > Network Connections. The Network Connections screen appears. 3 Tap and hold onto the Wireless Network Connection icon until the pop-up screen appears and select Properties. 4 Tap the Wireless Networks tab. 5 Make sure your wireless network you are going to configure is selected and tap the Properties button. 6 For Network Authentication, choose WPA-PSK or WPA2-PSK and select TKIP or AES. The Encryption type automatically defaults to AES. 60 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

73 Chapter 4 Configure the Computer 7 For Network Key, enter the pre-shared key or the passphrase. The pre-shared key must be a value of 32 hex pairs preceded by 0x for a total of 66 characters. The value must match the key value on the authenticator. The passphrase must be from 8 to 63 characters. After you enter a passphrase, the computer internally converts it to a pre-shared key. 8 For Confirm Network Key, enter the pre-shared key or the passphrase again. 9 Save your settings. Configure 802.1x Security with Microsoft Security Use the following procedure to configure 802.1x security with Microsoft security. Intermec recommends that you use WPA x instead of 802.1x-WEP if possible. 1 Make sure the communications and radio parameters on your computer are configured. 2 Tap Start > Network Connections. The Network Connections screen appears. 3 Tap and hold onto the Wireless Network Connection icon until the pop-up screen appears and select Properties. 4 Tap the Wireless Networks tab. 5 Make sure your wireless network you are configuring is selected and tap the Properties button. 6 For Network Authentication, choose Open or Shared. The Encryption type automatically defaults to WEP. 7 For Network Key, enter the pre-shared key or the passphrase. 8 For Confirm Network Key, enter the pre-shared key or the passphrase again. 9 Select Enable IEEE 802.1x Authentication for this network. 10 In EAP type, choose either PEAP or Smart Card or other certificate. 11 Tap the Properties button. 12 Select Validate server certificate. CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 61

74 Chapter 4 Configure the Computer 13 Select a root certificate or load a root certificate of the authentication server on your computer. For help, see Load a Certificate on page Tap OK to exit the Properties screen 15 Tap OK again to save the Microsoft Security settings. Configure Static WEP Security With Microsoft Security Use the following procedure to configure static WEP security with Microsoft security. Intermec recommends that you use WPA2-PSK instead of WEP if possible. 1 Make sure the communications and radio parameters on your computer are configured. 2 Tap Start > Network Connections. The Network Connections screen appears. 3 Tap and hold onto the Wireless Network Connection icon until the pop-up screen appears and select Properties. 4 Tap the Wireless Networks tab. 5 Make sure your wireless network you are configuring is selected and tap the Properties button. 6 For Network Authentication, choose Open. 7 For Data Encryption, choose WEP. 8 For Network Key, enter an ASCII key or a hex key that is either 5 bytes or 13 bytes long depending on the capability of the radio. Set a 5-byte value for 64-bit WEP or a 13-byte value for 128-bit WEP. Hex keys must be preceded by 0x and contain 5 or 13 hex pairs. 9 For Confirm Network Key, enter the the ASCII or hex key again. 10 For Network Key Index, select the key you want to use for data transmission or select The key is provided for me automatically. 11 Save your settings. 62 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

75 Chapter 4 Configure the Computer Use Open (No Security) Associations With Microsoft Security Use the following procedure to configure your computer for open security using Microsoft WZC. 1 Make sure the communications and radio parameters on your computer are configured. 2 Tap Start > Network Connections. The Network Connections screen appears. 3 Tap and hold onto the Wireless Network Connection icon until the pop-up screen appears and select Properties. 4 Tap the Wireless Networks tab. 5 Make sure your wireless network you are configuring is selected and tap the Properties button. 6 For Network Authentication, choose Open. 7 For Data Encryption, choose Disabled. 8 Tap OK. Your settings are saved. Select Wireless Security as Your Security Choice Microsoft security is enabled by default. To use Wireless scurity, you need to select it as your security choice to use it. After you select Wireless security as your security choice, you will be prompted to save your settings and reset the computer for your changes to take effect. Select Wireless Security Use the following procedure to select Wireless security. 1 Start Intermec Settings. For help, see Start Intermec Settings on page Choose Communications > Radio > Security Choice. 3 From the Security Choice list, select Wireless Security. An alert box appears telling you that you must save your settings and reboot the computer for the new security choice to take effect. 4 Tap Yes. The computer resets and starts with Microsoft Security as the Security Choice. CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 63

76 Chapter 4 Configure the Computer Select a Wireless Security Profile You can define up to four profiles for Wireless security. Different profiles let your computer communicate in different networks without having to change all of your security settings. For example, you may want to set up one profile for the manufacturing floor and one for the warehouse. By default, the active profile is Profile 1. Select a Wireless Security Profile Use the following procedure to select a WirelessWireless security profile. 1 Start Intermec Settings. 2 Choose Communications > Radio > Wireless Security. 3 Choose a profile. A list of configurable settings appears. 4 (Optional) In the Profile Label text box, enter a meaningful name for your profile. 5 Configure your security settings. For help, see the next sections. 6 Repeat Steps 3 through 5 for each profile you want to define. 7 Set an active profile by choosing it from the Active Profile list. 8 Save your settings. Configure WPA or WPA2 Enterprise (802.1x) Security With Wireless Security Use these procedures to set WPA-802.1x or WPA x security on your computer with Wireless security. 1 Make sure the communications and radio parameters on your computer are configured. 2 Make sure Wireless is selected as your security choice. 3 Start Intermec Settings. 4 Choose Communications > Radio > Wireless Security. 5 Select the profile you want to configure. 6 For Association, choose WPA or WPA2. Encryption automatically defaults to TKIP or AES, respectively. 64 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

77 Chapter 4 Configure the Computer 7 For 8021x, choose TTLS, PEAP, EAP-FAST, or TLS. 8 If you choose TTLS, EAP-FAST, or PEAP: a For Prompt for Credentials, choose Enter credentials now. b Enter a User Name and User Password. c For Validate Server Certificate, choose Yes. Note: The correct date must be set on your computer when you enable Validate Server Certificate. 9 If you choose TLS: a Load a user and root certificate on your computer. For help, see Load a Certificate on page 69. b Enter a User Name and Subject Name. c For Validate Server Certificate, choose Yes. Configure WPA or WPA2 Personal (PSK) Security With Wireless Security Use the following procedure to configure WPA-PSK or WPA2-PSK with Wireless security. 1 Make sure the communications and radio parameters on your computer are configured. 2 Make sure Wireless is selected as your security choice. 3 Start Intermec Settings. 4 Choose Communications > Radio > Wireless Security. 5 Select the profile you want to configure. 6 For Association, choose WPA or WPA2. 7 For 8021x, choose None. CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 65

78 Chapter 4 Configure the Computer 8 For Pre-Shared Key, enter the pre-shared key or passphrase. The pre-shared key must be a value of 32 hex pairs preceded by 0x for a total of 66 characters. The value must match the key value on the access point. The passphrase must be from 8 to 63 characters. After you enter a passphrase, the computer internally converts it to a pre-shared key. This value must match the passphrase on the authenticator. 9 Save your settings. Configure 802.1x Security With Wireless Security Use the following procedure to configure 802.1x-WEP security with Wireless security. Intermec recommends that you use WPA x instead of 802.1x-WEP if possible. 1 Make sure the communications and radio parameters on your computer are configured. 2 Make sure Wireless is selected as your security choice. 3 Start Intermec Settings. 4 Choose Communications > Radio > Wireless Security. 5 Select the profile you want to configure. 6 For Association, choose Open. 7 For Encryption, choose WEP. 8 For 8021x, choose TTLS, PEAP, or TLS. 9 If you chose TTLS or PEAP: a Enter a User Name. b For Prompt for Credentials, choose Enter credentials now. c Enter a User Password. d For Validate Server Certificate, choose Yes. 10 If you choose TLS: a Load a user and root certificate on your computer. For help, see Load a Certificate on page 69. b For Validate Server Certificate, choose Yes. 66 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

79 Chapter 4 Configure the Computer c Enter a User Name and Subject Name. 11 Save your settings. Configure LEAP Security With Wireless Security After you configure the communications and radio parameters on your computer and select Wireless as your security choice, you can configure LEAP. 1 Start Intermec Settings. 2 Choose Communications > Radio > Wireless. 3 Select the profile you want to configure. 4 For 8021x, choose LEAP. 5 For Association, choose Open, WPA, WPA2, or Network EAP. Encryption automatically defaults to TKIP if you choose WPA, AES if you choose WPA2, and WEP if you choose Open or Network EAP. 6 For Prompt for Credentials, choose Enter credentials now. 7 Enter a User Name and User Password. 8 Save your settings. Configure Static WEP Security With Wireless Security Use the following procedure to configure static WEP security with Wireless. Intermec recommends that you use WPA2-PSK instead of WEP if possible. 1 Make sure the communications and radio parameters on your computer are configured. 2 Make sure Wireless is selected as your security choice. 3 Start Intermec Settings. 4 Choose Communications > Radio > Wireless Security. 5 Select the profile you want to configure. 6 For 8021x choose None. 7 For Association, choose Open. CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 67

80 Chapter 4 Configure the Computer 8 For Encryption, choose WEP. 9 Define a value for the keys you want to use. You can define up to four keys (Key 1 through Key 4). Enter an ASCII key or a hex key that is either 5 bytes or 13 bytes long depending on the capability of the radio. Set a 5-byte value for 64-bit WEP or a 13-byte value for 128-bit WEP. Hex keys must be preceded by 0x and contain 5 or 13 hex pairs. 10 For Transmit key, choose the key you want to use for transmitting data. 11 Save your settings. Use Open (No Security) Associations with Wireless Security Use the following procedure to configure your computer for open security using Wireless. 1 Start Intermec Settings. 2 Choose Communications > Radio > Wireless Security. 3 Select the active profile you are using. 4 For Association, choose Open. 5 For Encryption, choose None. 6 Tap OK. Your settings are saved. 68 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

81 Load a Certificate Chapter 4 Configure the Computer To use transport layer security (TLS) with WPA or 802.1x security, you need a unique client certificate on the computer and a trusted root certificate authority (CA) certificate. Certificates are pieces of cryptographic data that guarantee a public key is associated with a private key. They contain a public key and the entity name that owns the key. Each certificate is issued by a certificate authority. 1 Tap Start and select Run. 2 Type certmgr.msc into the drop-down menu and tap OK. The Certificates screen appears. 3 If you are prompted for a password, type the password and continue. 4 Select the folder where you want to input the certificate. 5 Tap Action > All Tasks > Import and follow the instructions to import a certificate. CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 69

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83 5 Use WWAN and GPS Communications Some configurations of the CV41 come equipped with a WWAN radio. With WWAN enabled, you can use UMTS or CDMA communications to transmit data through cellular wide-area networks (WANs), and use the Global Positioning System Receiver (GPS). 71

84 Chapter 5 Use WWAN and GPS Communications About WWAN Communications The CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer has an optional WWAN radio that supports both CDMA and UMTS cellular technology. Use either one of these technologies to transmit data through cellular wide-area networks. To configure and activate CDMA and UMTS connections, use the Intermec OneClick Internet application. Intermec OneClick Internet Application Main Screen About the Status Buttons and Icons Tappable buttons and icons in the Intermec OneClick Internet application immediately shows you the status of your WWAN connection. Some buttons or icons may also launch your default web browser, SMS, and applications. OneClick Internet Status Buttons and Icons Icons Description Displays your WWAN signal strength. Connected to WWAN. Tap the button to turn off the radio. Attempting to connect to WWAN. Ready to connect to WWAN. Tap the button to connect. 72 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

85 Chapter 5 Use WWAN and GPS Communications OneClick Internet Status Buttons and Icons (Continued) Icons Description The WWAN radio enabled. Tap this button to disable the radio. The WWAN radio is attempting to connect or it has been disabled. The WWAN radio is disabled. Tap this button to enable the radio. The WWAN radio is ready to connect. The WWAN radio is attempting to establish a connection to WWAN. Connected to WWAN. Connection failure. Activate UMTS Communications You use a SIM card to activate UMTS communications on your computer. You can purchase the SIM card from your network provider. 1 Remove the computer from the smart dock. 2 Press the Power button. The computer turns off. CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 73

86 Chapter 5 Use WWAN and GPS Communications 3 Using a small Phillips screwdriver, remove the two screws that secure the SIM card access panel. SIM card 4 Insert the SIM card into the SIM card slot. 5 Reattach the SIM card access panel and screw to a torque value of 4-5 in/lbs. 6 Reattach the computer to the smart dock. 7 Connect an external WWAN antenna. For more information, see Connect an External Antenna on page Press the Power button. The computer turns on. 9 Tap Start > All Programs > OneClick Internet > OneClick Internet. The Oneclick Internet application opens and tries to detect the carrier of the SIM you just inserted. 10 If the carrier is not detected, tap Settings and select the Firmware tab. 11 Select your carrier and tap Change. 74 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

87 Activate CDMA Communications Chapter 5 Use WWAN and GPS Communications To activate the CDMA radio module in your computer, you need to contact your wireless carrier and set up an account for each computer. The following table lists the carriers that Intermec currently supports. If your carrier is not listed in the table, please contact Intermec product support to see if it is now supported. Currently Supported Carriers Country United States Carriers Verizon The carrier will require the International Mobile Equipment Identity number (IMEI) to start the activation process. You can find the IMEI number in the OneClick Internet application, tap Settings and the Info tab. After you supply the IMEI number to your carrier, they will respond with values that you must enter in the OneClick (if required). Your carrier sales contact and an Intermec representative can guide you through the process. 1 Press the Power button. The computer turns off. 2 Connect an external WWAN antenna. For more information, see Connect an External Antenna on page Press the Power button again to turn on the computer. 4 Select Start > All Programs > OneClick Internet > OneClick Internet. The Oneclick Internet application opens. 5 Tap Settings and select the General tab. 6 Select Automated Activation and tap Next. 7 Enter *22899 in the text field and tap Next. CDMA communications is activated. 8 Verify your settings by tapping Settings in the OneClick Internet application and selecting the Network tab. CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 75

88 Chapter 5 Use WWAN and GPS Communications About GPS Test the GPS Receiver The GPS receiver in the computer can deliver standards-based National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) data strings to GPS applications. To use the GPS receiver, you need to: enable WWAN communications. install an external GPS antenna to the CV41. For more information, see Connect an External Antenna on page 21. For more information on purchasing an external GPS antenna, contact your local Intermec representative. Use this section to learn how to test the GPS receiver. 1 Make sure WWAN communications is enabled. For more information, see Use WWAN and GPS Communications on page Make sure an external GPS antenna is connected. For more information, see Connect an External Antenna on page Select Start > All Programs > OneClick Internet > OneClick Internet. 4 Tap the GPS button. The coordinates for your location are displayed. To show your current location in Google Maps, tap Track Me. Configure WWAN Settings Configure your connection settings to AutoLaunch the OneClick Internet application on startup, connect to WWAN automatically, or to reconnect to WWAN when a connection is available. 76 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

89 Create a Profile Chapter 5 Use WWAN and GPS Communications A profile is a set of values that you can easily apply to the computer to ensure optimal performance in a specific scenario. Configure and create your own profiles to easily connect to your WWAN network operator. 1 Tap Start > All Programs > OneClick Internet > OneClick Internet. The Oneclick Internet application opens. 2 Tap the Settings button and select the Profile tab. 3 Tap ( ) to create a new profile and set your new profile settings. 4 Tap ( ) to save your profile. Profile Settings Descriptions Setting Profile APN Username Password DNS Proxy Settings Description The profile name. The access point name of your network operator. For more information, contact your network operator. If you are registered to a CDMA network, the APN field is not available. Your username. For more information, contact your network operator. Your password. Domain name server. The proxy settings for your network. About the OneClick Internet PIN Number If you are using CDMA communications, you must enter a PIN number when the Oneclick Internet opens. Activate or Deactivate a PIN Number If you do not want to enter a PIN number every time the OneClick Internet Application stops, dieactivate the PIN number. 1 Tap Start > All Programs > OneClick Internet > OneClick Internet. The Oneclick Internet application opens. 2 Tap the Settings button and select the PIN tab. CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 77

90 Chapter 5 Use WWAN and GPS Communications 3 To deactivate your PIN number, clear the Activate PIN check box and enter your current PIN number. To activate your PIN number, select the Activate PIN check box and enter your current PIN number. Change the PIN Number Use this section to learn how to change your PIN number. 1 Tap Start > All Programs > OneClick Internet > OneClick Internet. The Oneclick Internet application opens. 2 Tap the Settings button and select the PIN tab. 3 To change your PIN, select the Change PIN check box and enter your current PIN number, your new PIN number, and verify your new PIN number. Configure Network Connections Use this section to learn how to connect to a specific data connection method or to a specific network. Note: If you are on CDMA communcations, you cannot specify a specific network to connect to.. 1 Tap Start > All Programs > OneClick Internet > OneClick Internet. The Oneclick Internet application opens. 2 Tap the Settings button and select the Network tab. 3 Tap Select Connection and choose the specific data connection you want to use. If Select Automatically is chosen, the computer automatically selects the network with the strongest signal. 4 Tap Network Selection and select the network operator you want to use. 5 Tap Apply to save your settings. 78 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

91 Chapter 5 Use WWAN and GPS Communications AutoLaunch the OneClick Internet Application When you enable AutoLaunch, the OneClick Inernet application opens when the computer starts up. Enable AutoLaunch to easily access the OneClick Internet application or view your current WWAN settings. 1 Tap Start > All Programs > OneClick Internet > OneClick Internet. The Oneclick Internet application opens. 2 Tap the Settings button and select the General tab. 3 Select the AutoLaunch checkbox to enable AutoLaunch. Connect to WWAN Automatically On Startup By default, you must manually enable WWAN connectivity. Use this section to learn how to automatically enable WWAN connectivity on startup. 1 Tap Start > All Programs > OneClick Internet > OneClick Internet. The Oneclick Internet application opens. 2 Tap the Settings button and select the General tab. 3 Select the Connect Automatically checkbox to automatically enable WWAN connectivity on startup. Reconnect to WWAN Automatically If for any reason you are disconnected from WWAN, you must manually re-enable WWAN connectivity. Use this section to learn how to reconnect to WWAN automatically. 1 Tap Start > All Programs > OneClick Internet > OneClick Internet. The Oneclick Internet application opens. 2 Tap the Settings button and select the General tab. 3 Select the Reconnect Automatically checkbox to automatically reconnect to WWAN. CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 79

92 Chapter 5 Use WWAN and GPS Communications About Data Roaming Data roaming leaves your WWAN connection on even when you are not in an area covered by your carrier s network. If you want to avoid any unwanted roaming charges, turn off data roaming. Enable or Disable Data Roaming Enable data roaming to leave your WWAN connection on in areas not covered by your carrier s network or disable it to turn off your WWAN connection. 1 Tap Start > All Programs > OneClick Internet > OneClick Internet. The Oneclick Internet application opens. 2 Tap the Settings button and select the General tab. 3 Select the Allow Roaming checkbox to enable roaming and clear it to disable roaming. Enable Roaming Alerts If you have enabled roaming, the computer can notify you when you are not in your carrier s network by sending you an alert telling you that you are roaming. 1 Tap Start > All Programs > OneClick Internet > OneClick Internet. The Oneclick Internet application opens. 2 Tap the Settings button and select the General tab. 3 Select the Roaming Alert checkbox to enable alerts and clear it to disable alerts. View WWAN Network Statistics View WWAN network statistics to know how much data you have sent and received, the WWAN network speed, and the duration of your current connection. 80 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

93 View All Current Network Statistics View Used Data History Chapter 5 Use WWAN and GPS Communications Use this section to learn how to view all of your current network statistics. 1 Tap Start > All Programs > OneClick Internet > OneClick Internet. The Oneclick Internet application opens. 2 Tap the Statistics button. The WWAN Network Statistics screen opens and displays the statistics of your current connection. Use this section to learn how much data has been transferred within a specific timeframe. 1 Tap Start > All Programs > OneClick Internet > OneClick Internet. The Oneclick Internet application opens. 2 Tap the Settings button and select the History tab. The WWAN Network Statistics screen opens and displays the statistics of your current connection. 3 Choose the dates you want to view your data history from the drop-down menus. The total data used is displayed. 4 (Optional) Tap Reset to reset your used data history. CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 81

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95 6 Enable Screen Blanking Enable screen blanking on your computer to turn off the computer screen while your vehicle is in motion. 83

96 Chapter 6 Enable Screen Blanking About Screen Blanking The CV41 supports screen blanking. When motion is detected, a screen blanking box or switch turns off the computer screen to avoid unecessary driver distractions. Once the vehicle is stationary, the screen turns back on. To enable screen blanking on your computer, you must use one of the following: Screen blanking box Switch Intermec recommends that you use the screen blanking box to enable screen blanking on the CV41. If your vehicle lacks an electrical signal that detects vehicle motion or your vehicle voltage is not supported by the screen blanking box, use a switch to enable screen blanking. You can install the switch in a variety of ways, but Intermec recommends you install a switch that closes when the user presses the accelerator pedal on a vehicle. Intermec does not sell a switch for screen blanking, but you can purchase a screen blanking box from Intermec. For more information, contact your local Intermec representative. Install the Hardware for Screen Blanking This section explains how to install the switch to enable screen blanking on your computer. To purchase a screen blanking box, contact your local Intermec representative. Installation of the screen blanking box or switch should be done by trained service personnel only. Before You Install the Switch Before you install the switch or relay for screen blanking, you need to supply power to the vehicle mount computer. 84 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

97 Tools You Need Chapter 6 Enable Screen Blanking To install the switch, you need the following parts and tools: Switch Mounting hardware and tools Custom serial cable Create a Custom Serial Cable To install the switch, you need to create a custom serial cable with a DB9 connector built to the following specifications outlined below Custom Serial Cable Pinout Specifications Pin Signal Description 1 Not used 2 Not used 3 Not used 4 Not used 5 Not used 6 Not used 7 RTS Request to send output 8 CTS Clear to send input 9 Not used CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 85

98 Chapter 6 Enable Screen Blanking Sample Custom Serial Cable for Switch Pin 8 Pin 7 Install Switch for Screen Blanking This section explains how mount, connect, and enable the switch for screen blanking. 1 Using your own mounting hardware, secure the switch sensor to the vehicle. 2 Connect the serial cable to the switch. Make sure that Pin 7 connects to the switch connection and Pin 8 connects to the other terminal. Pin 8 Pin 7 Enable Screen Blanking 3 Connect the serial cable to the COM 1 or COM 2 port on your computer. After you have wired and mounted the motion switch sensor, you must enable screen blanking in Intermec settings on the vehicle mount computer. 1 In Intermec Settings, select Device Settings > Screen > Screen Blanking on Motion. 86 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

99 Chapter 6 Enable Screen Blanking 2 In Screen Blanking on Motion, select the COM port the custom serial cable is connected to. 3 In Screen-on delay after motion stops (sec), enter the amount of time in seconds that you want the display to turn on after the vehicle is stationary. 4 Tap OK. Screen blanking is enabled. CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 87

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101 7 Troubleshoot and Maintain the Computer If you encounter any problems while using the computer, look in this chapter to find a possible solution. You will also find information on routine maintenance. 89

102 Chapter 7 Troubleshoot and Maintain the Computer Troubleshoot Your Computer Use the troubleshooting tables in this section to fix problems with the Wi-Fi connection, 802.1x security, or general problems with operating the computer. Note: If you send the computer in for service, it is your responsibility to save the computer data and configuration. Intermec is responsible only for ensuring that the hardware matches the original configuration when repairing or replacing the computer. Troubleshoot the Wi-Fi Connection Use this troubleshooting table to help solve problems with your radio connection. Problems With the Wi-Fi Connection Problem Solution When you turn on the computer after it Host may have deactivated or lost current terminal was suspended for a while (10 to 15 emulation session. In a TCP/IP direct connect network, minutes or longer), it can no longer send turn off the Keep Alive message from host to or receive messages over the network. maintain the TCP session while the computer is suspended. The computer is connected to the network and you move to a new site to collect data. Your computer now shows you are not connected to the network. The computer appears to be connected to the network, but you cannot establish a terminal emulation session with the host computer. The computer appears to be connected to the network, but the host computer is not receiving any information from the computer. Move closer to an access point or to a different location to reestablish communications until you reconnect with the network. There may be a problem with the host computer, or with the connection between the access point and the host computer. Check with the network administrator to make sure the host is running and allowing users to log in to the system. There may be a problem with the connection between the access point and the host computer. Check with the network administrator or use your access point user s manual. 90 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

103 Problems With the Wi-Fi Connection (Continued) Problem A network connection icon appears in the toolbar, but then disappears. Troubleshoot 802.1x Security Chapter 7 Troubleshoot and Maintain the Computer Solution The computer may not be communicating with the intended access point. Make sure the network name matches the access point network name. The access point may not be communicating with the server. Ensure the access point is turned on, properly configured, and has 802.1x security enabled. Use the following table to troubleshoot problems with your 802.1x security that will prevent you from connecting to your network, such as an incorrect password. Problems With 802.1x Security Problem The computer indicates it is not authenticated. You receive a message saying The server certificate has expired or your system date is incorrect after you perform a clean boot on the computer. Solution Make sure that: the User Name and Password parameters on the computer must match the user name and password on authentication server. You may need to reenter the password on both the computer and authentication server. on your authentication server, the user and group are allowed and the group policy is allowed to log into the server. For help, see the documentation that shipped with your authentication server software. the IP address and secret key for access point must match the IP address and secret key on the authentication server. You may need to reenter the IP address and secret key on both your access point and authentication server. the authentication server software is running on the server PC. Date and time are not saved when you perform a clean boot. Reenter the date and time, and then save your changes. CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 91

104 Chapter 7 Troubleshoot and Maintain the Computer Check Network Status If you have trouble connecting to your wireless network: Make sure you have correctly set network parameters on the computer. Check your wireless security settings. Follow the next procedure to verify available access points and networks, check signal strength, and view other diagnostics. If you need to contact Intermec Product Support, this information can be helpful in troubleshooting wireless network connection issues. 1 Tap Start > All Programs > Summit > Summit Client Utility. The Summit Client Utility application launches. The Main tab shows: the current active profile. network association status. 2 Tap the Profile tab to view the current active profile security settings. Tap the Scan button to view a list of available networks. The list includes the signal strength and security information. 3 Tap the Status tab to view the current active profile status. The Status tab shows: the current active profile. network association status. the IP and MAC addresses. the access point IP and MAC addresses. the DTIM and beacon period. the radio transmit power and signal strength information. 92 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

105 Chapter 7 Troubleshoot and Maintain the Computer 4 Tap the Diags tab to run a ping test to the host. a In the text field, enter the IP address of the host. b Tap Start Ping. The graph shows the amount of time it takes for the host to return the ping. 5 Tap the Global tab to view the global property values of the Wi-Fi connection. Troubleshoot Reading Bar Codes Use this section to troubleshoot problems that may prevent you from being able to read a bar code with an Intermec scanner. If you cannot find the solution in the following table, refer to your scanner user guide for more information. Problems Reading Bar Codes Problem You cannot see the illumination beam or frame from the scanner when you press the Scan button and aim the imager at a bar code label. Solution You may be too far away from the bar code label. Try moving closer to the bar code label and scan it again. You may be reading the bar code label straight on. Change the reading angle and try again. The imager hardware trigger might be disabled in Intermec Settings. To check the setting go to Intermec Settings and select Data Collection > Scanner Settings. Hardware trigger should be checked. CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 93

106 Chapter 7 Troubleshoot and Maintain the Computer Problems Reading Bar Codes (Continued) Problem The scanner will not read the bar code label. The scanner does not read the bar code labels quickly, or the scanning beam seems to be faint or obscured. When Enable Scanner Port is checked in Intermec Settings, the COM port is busy. Another application may be using the port error message appears. Solution Aim the scanner beam to cross the entire bar code label in one pass. Vary the scanning angle. Check the quality of the bar code label. Scan a bar code label that you know will scan. Compare the two bar code labels to see if the bar code quality is too low. You may need to replace the label that you cannot scan. Make sure the bar code symbology is enabled and configured correctly. Use Intermec Settings to check the symbologies. Expand Data Collection > Symbologies beneath devices listed (scanner, virtual wedge) to check and enable symbologies, then scan the bar code label again. Make sure the computer application is expecting input from a bar code. You may need to type this information instead Check to see if the right scanner model is selected. To check the setting go to Intermec Settings and select Data Collection > Scanner Settings. Check to see if the scanner cable is damaged. The scanner window may be dirty. Clean the window with a solution of ammonia and water. Wipe dry. Do not allow abrasive material to touch the window. Confirm that no other application is currently using the COM port or select another COM port for the scanner. If that does not work, try to restart the computer to see if the COM port becomes available. 94 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

107 Problems Reading Bar Codes (Continued) Problem The scanner does not read the bar code or is corrupted when it is enabled as an ASCII scanner. Chapter 7 Troubleshoot and Maintain the Computer Solution Check to see if the Scanner Port Settings in Intermec Settings match those settings programmed in the scan engine. The scanner may be in an unknown state. Reset the scanner to the factory default settings by scanning the manufacturer s configuration bar code, and reconnect the scanner. For the SR30 or SR61T (Gen II), scan one of the following bar codes to restore factory defaults: SR30 Scanner SR61T (Gen II) Scanner You scan a valid bar code label to enter data for your application. The data decoded by the scanner does not match the data encoded in the bar code label. The input device attached to the computer does not work well or read bar code labels very quickly. The connected scanner is not scanning. Only one SR61T (Gen II) scanner shows up in Intermec Settings, but two SR61 s are connected. The scanner may have decoded the bar code label in a symbology other than the label s actual symbology. Try scanning the bar code label again. Make sure you scan the entire label. Set the Scanner Model command to the specific attached input device. Check enabled bar code symbologies and enable only the symbologies being used. Check to see that the right scanner model is selected in Intermec Settings. You may also need to reset the scanner to the facotry default settings and reconnecting the scanner through Intermec Settings. By default, the SR61T does not expose its serial number at the keyboard HID profile. To allow more than one SR61T to be connected, use EasySet and scan the correct label to expose the serial number of the SR61T. CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 95

108 Chapter 7 Troubleshoot and Maintain the Computer Problems Reading Bar Codes (Continued) Problem When connected to USB, the SR30 or SR61T (Gen II) does not show up in Intermec Settings. Solution Make sure that: USB Auto-detect is enabled in Intermec Settings. Enable the HID profile, by scanning one of the following bar codes: SR30 Scanner SR61T (Gen II) Scanner Troubleshoot Operating the Computer Use this section to troubleshoot problems that may prevent you from being able to operate the computer. Problems Operating the Computer Problem You press the Power button and nothing happens. The computer appears to be locked up and you cannot enter data. Solution Try the following solutions: Make sure that power is connected to the computer, and that the Power switch on the smart dock is on. If your computer is not connected to the smart dock, you may have run out of battery power. Disconnect the UPS battery and turn the power back on. For help, see Disconnect the UPS Battery on page 99. Perform a cold boot. For help, see Restart or Shut Down the Computer on page 98. Disconnect the UPS battery. For help, see Disconnect the UPS Battery on page 99 If the computer does not boot or reset, contact your Intermec representative for help. 96 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

109 Problems Operating the Computer (Continued) Chapter 7 Troubleshoot and Maintain the Computer Problem You tap the screen and nothing happens. You cannot type a character on the keypad or you can only type uppercase or lowercase letters. Solution Align your screen. For help, see Calibrate the Screen on page 17. You may have locked a modifier key on the keypad. Press the necessary key sequence to unlock the key. Call Product Support If you cannot find the answer to your problem in the Troubleshooting the Computer section, you can visit the Intermec technical knowledge base (Knowledge Central) at intermec.custhelp.com to review technical information or to request technical support. If you still need help after visiting Knowledge Central, you may need to call Product Support. To talk to an Intermec Product Support representative, call: Before you can call Intermec Product Support, make sure you have the following information ready: Configuration number Serial number Operating system version WWAN settings If you are using security, know the type (Wireless or Microsoft) and the full set of parameters Power management settings If you are using Intermec Terminal Emulator (ITE), know the version and protocol. If you are not using ITE, know the language your custom application was written in and the tools you used to create it. You can find most of the information listed above in Intermec Settings and in the OneClick Internet application. Consult your application developer for information on your custom application. CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 97

110 Chapter 7 Troubleshoot and Maintain the Computer Find Your Configuration Number Use the following procedure to help you find the configuration number of your computer. Look at the label on the back of the computer. Find Your Operating System Version View WWAN Settings Reset the Computer Use the following procedure to find the OS version of your computer. Tap Start > Control Panel > About. The OS version is displayed in the Versions tab as the Intermec Content version. Use the following procedure to view your current WWAN settings. Tap Start > All Programs > OneClick Internet > Settings and click the Info tab. If the computer is not responding or an application locks up, you may need to reset the computer. The computer uses the configuration currently saved in flash memory during the boot process. There are two ways to reset the computer: Restart or shut down the computer Disconnect the UPS battery Restart or Shut Down the Computer If an application is not responding, you can try to restart or shut down the computer. 1 Tap Start > Shutdown. 2 Select Shut down or Restart and tap OK. 98 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

111 Disconnect the UPS Battery Chapter 7 Troubleshoot and Maintain the Computer Disconnect the UPS battery when the computer completely stops responding or when you are shipping the computer to another location. Because disconnecting may result in data loss, use this method only if all other recovery methods have failed. 1 Remove the CV41 from the smart dock. For help, see Remove the CV41 from the Smart Dock on page 8. 2 Using a Phillips head screwdriver, remove the two screws that secure the SIM card access panel. 3 Press the UPS Battery Disconnect button located below the SIM card slot. 4 Reinstall the SIM card access panel and tighten the screws to a torque to a value of 4-5 in/lbs. Once power external power is reconnected to the CV41, the UPS battery automatically reconnects. CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 99

112 Chapter 7 Troubleshoot and Maintain the Computer Replace the Fuse The CV41 uses a 10 A time delay (slow blow) fuse, which is located on the smart dock. If you need to replace the fuse, make sure that you replace it with the same size, rating, and type of fuse (Littelfuse MXP or equivalent). 1 Remove the CV41 from the smart dock. For help, see Remove the CV41 from the Smart Dock on page 8. 2 Disconnect the smart dock from power. 3 Using a flathead screwdriver, remove the fuse holder from the CV41. 4 Replace the fuse. 5 Secure the fuse holder back into the CV CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

113 Clean the Computer Chapter 7 Troubleshoot and Maintain the Computer To keep the computer in good working order, you may need to clean the touch screen. Clean the touch screen as often as needed for the environment in which you are using the computer. To clean the computer, use a solution of ammonia and water. 1 Press the Power button to turn off the computer. 2 Dip a clean cloth towel in the ammonia solution and wring out the excess. 3 Wipe off the touch screen. Do not allow any abrasive material to touch these surfaces. 4 Wipe dry. CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 101

114 Chapter 7 Troubleshoot and Maintain the Computer 102 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

115 A Specifications and Default Settings 103

116 Appendix A Specifications and Default Settings Physical and Environmental Specifications Physical Dimensions CV41 dimensions CV41 weight Smart dock dimensions Smart dock weight 21.4 x 26.8 x 4.3 /6.6 cm (8.4 x 10.6 x 1.7/2.6 in) 2.1 kg (5.6 lbs) 15.5 x 18 x 6.4 cm (6.1 x 7.1 x 2.5 in) 1.2 kg (3.2 lbs) Environmental Specifications Standard operating temperature Non-condensing: -20 C to 50 C (-4 F to 122 F) Extreme operating temperature Condensing: -30 C to 50 C (-22 F to 122 F) when using a defroster Storage temperature Non-condensing: -30 C to 60 C (-22 F to 148 F) Relative humidity Up to 90% non-condensing at 40 C (104 F) with extended temperatures up to 100% Water and dust IP66 ESD 15 kv Vibration MIL-STD-810F, composite wheeled vehicles Crash SAE-J 1455 Power and Electrical Specifications Input power DC input voltage: 10 to 60 VDC Input current: 4.6 A Input fuse: 10 A time delay External power supply Internal power supply: VDC AC adapter: VAC DC power supply : 6-96 VDC Backup battery (CMOS) Field replaceable, rechargeable lithium-ion battery, 30 minutes of life at -20 C (-4 F). 104 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

117 Appendix A Specifications and Default Settings Hardware Touch Screen 20 cm (8 in) color WVGA 800 x 480 LED backlit display. Standard display: 400 NIT indoor display Ambient light sensor Glove compatible Field-replaceable resistive touch screen Optional display: 900 MIT outdoor display Defroster Keypad Backlit 64 QWERTY keyboard with number pad and 10 function keys. Univeral keyboard overlay legend and supports VT220, 3270, All keys (except modifiers and the power button) are mappable. Processor Intel Atom Z530 at 1.6 GHz Memory 2 GB RAM Integrated radio a/b/g/n Intefaces USB 2.0 host port, USB 1.1 client port, two RS-232 COM ports, a CANBUS/audio port, DC power input and ignition input, and RF antenna ports for Wi-Fi, WWAN, and GPS. Antennas Dual internal anennas or optional external antennas Removable storage Secure Digital Operating system Microsoft Windows Embedded Standard Standard Communications a/b/g/n WWAN (Optional and only available in North America, Europe, and Australia) Bluetooth USB Serial Canbus CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 105

118 Appendix A Specifications and Default Settings Wireless LAN Wireless frequency (varies by regulatory domain) RF data rates RF power level Bluetooth 2.4 to GHz IEEE b/802.11g DSSS OFDM 5.15 to 5.82 GHz IEEE a DSSS OFDM a (OFDM) 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 26, 48, 54 Mbps b (DSSS) 1, 2, 5.5, 11 Mbps g (OFDM) 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48, 54 Mbps n (OFDM 20 MHz chs) 13, 26, 39, 52, 78, 104, 117, 130 Mbps n (OFDM 40 MHz chs) 27, 54, 81, 108, 162, 216, 243, 270 Mbps 50 mw maximum Channels FCC: 1 to 11, 36, 40, 44, 48, 149, 153, 157, 161 ETSI: 1 to 13, 36, 40, 44, 48 Security WPA, WPA2, 802.1x (EAP-TLS, TTLS, LEAP, PEAP, EAP-FAST), WEP Cisco compatibility CCX v4 certified Enhanced data rate Connection Bluetooth version Operating Frequency Up to 3.0 Mbit/s over the air No less than 10 m (32.8 ft) line of sight EDR to GHz 106 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

119 Default Configuration Appendix A Specifications and Default Settings The following tables list the default values of the configuration settings supported on the computer. If you restore the computer to factory default settings, the computer uses these values. The settings are grouped by function and reflect the organization of Intermec Settings. Not all of the configuration settings are listed in this appendix. For detailed information on most of the settings, see the Intermec Settings Command Reference Manual. Data Collection Settings Use data collection settings to configure the Bluetooth or tethered scanner and to configure the bar codes that you want the imager to be able to read. Data Collection Settings Data Collection for Tethered Scanner Setting Tethered-Configure On Connect Enable USB Scanner Aut-Detect Enable Scanner Port Bluetooth-Configure On Connect Default Value Overwrite with computer settings Off Off Overwrite with computer settings Symbology Settings Symbology AustraliaPost Aztec BPO CanadaPost Codabar Codablock A Codablock F Code 11 Code 39 Default Value Disable Disable Disable Disable Disable Disable Disable Disable Enable CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 107

120 Appendix A Specifications and Default Settings Symbology Settings (Continued) Symbology Code 93 Code 128/GS1-128 DataMatrix DutchPost EAN/UPC GS1 Composite GS1 DataBar Expanded GS1 DataBar Limited GS1 DataBar Omni-Directional JapanPost KoreaPost Matrix 2 of 5 Maxicode Micro PDF417 MSI PDF417 Planet Plessey Postnet QR Code Standard 2 of 5 Telepen TLC 39 Default Value Disable Enable Code 128, GS1-128, GS1-128 identifier Enable Disable Enable UPC A, UPC E, EAN 8, EAN 13 Disable Disable Disable Disable Disable Disable Disable Disable Disable Disable Enable Disable Disable Disable Disable Disable Disable Disable Symbology Option Settings Symbology Option Setting Preamble Postamble Symbology Identifier Default Value None (Disable) None (Disable) Disable 108 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

121 Appendix A Specifications and Default Settings Symbology Option Settings Symbology Option Setting Default Value Enable Multicode Disable Number of Bar Codes 2 Bar Code Separator <> Complete Multicode UDM0 Incomplete Multicode UDM1 Code Mark * Incomplete Transmission Disable Incomplete Transmission Timeout 0 Bar Code 1-8 Symbology All Bar Code 1-8 Length 0 Bar Code 1-8 Mask * Enable Multicode Disable Scanner Settings Scanner Setting Default Value Scanner Model SR Intermec Scanner Trigger Mode Level Aimer Mode Typical aimer Hardware Trigger Enable Trigger Timeout (sec) 2 Aiming Duration (msec) 500 Turn Off After Good Read Enabled/One-shot Number of Good Read Beeps One Energy Saver Mode Disable Scanner Port Settings Scanner Port Setting Default Value Baud Rate CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 109

122 Appendix A Specifications and Default Settings Decode Security Settings Decode Security Setting Default Value Consecutive Data Validation 0 Identical Consecutive Timeout 300 ms Different Consecutive Timeout 0 Center Decoding Disable Center Decoding Tolerance 0 Communications Use communications settings to configure how the computer communicates with the network. Communications Settings Communications Setting Device Name Default Value CV4-xxx where xxx is the serial number of the device Radio Settings Radio Setting Default Value Radio Enabled Security Choice Wireless Security DHCP DHCP Client Identifier Primary DNS Secondary DNS Import Root Certificates Import User Certificates Radio Bands Allow Security Changes On Microsoft Security Disable Enable Null Null Null False False a/b/g (2.4 and 5.0 GHz) Enable 110 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

123 Device Settings Appendix A Specifications and Default Settings Use device settings to configure settings on the computer. Date and Time Date and Time Setting Date and Time Default Value Current date and time Heater Settings Heater Settings Default Value Screen Heater Enabled Screen Heater Turns Off at 0 C Power Management Settings Power Management Setting Auto-On Default Value Standard Screen Settings Screen Setting Default Value Brightness High Screen Blanking On Motion Disable Screen-On Delay After Motion Stops (sec) 1.0 RFID Settings Use RFID settings to enable the RFID service. RFID Settings RFID Setting Enable RFID Service Default Value Off CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 111

124 Appendix A Specifications and Default Settings Virtual Wedge Settings Use virtual wedge settings to configure the virtual wedge. Virtual Wedge Setting Virtual Wedge Setting Enable Virtual Wedge Virtual Wedge Method Barcode Scanner Grid Label Encoding (Code Page) Read Command Date (YYYY-MM-DD) Time (HH_MM_SS) Tag Separator User-Defined Tag Separator End of Message User-Defined End of Message RFID Reader Grid Default Value Enable Adapt to application Null 1252(D)-ANSI Win3.1 US READ REPORT = DIRECT Disabled Disabled SP (space) Null CRLF (Return-Line Feed) Null Null Common Lockdown Service Settings Use the common lockdown service to control the number of client connections and lockable keys. Common Lockdown Service Settings Common Lockdown Service Setting Default Value Port 7243 Maximum Client Connections 10 Enable Server Enable 112 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

125 Appendix A Specifications and Default Settings Lockable Key Settings Lockable Key Setting Enable Windows Key Enable Task Manager Key Enable Task Switcher Key Enable Windows Security Dialog Key Enable Closing Application Key Enable Minimize Key Enable New Session Key Default Value Disable Disable Disable Disable Disable Disable Disable Device Monitor Settings Use the device health control settings to enable health data collection and set refresh periods. Device Monitor Settings Device Monitor Setting Default Value Enable Health Data Collection On Set Rule file Location \SmartSystems\ HealthRules.txt Asset Message Send Period 0 System Device Health 90 seconds Network Device Health 45 seconds Printer Device Health 0 seconds Lockable Key Settings Lockable Key Setting Enable Windows Key Enable Task ManagerKey Enable Task Switcher Key Enable Windows Security Dialog Key Enable Closing Application Key Enable Minimize Key Default Value Disable Disable Disable Disable Disable Disable CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 113

126 Appendix A Specifications and Default Settings Lockable Key Settings (Continued) Lockable Key Setting Enable New Session Key Default Value Disable Core Messaging Services Use the core messaging services to configure the message routers between client and server software applications. Port Pin Assignments COM 1 and COM 2 Ports Core Messaging Services Settings Core Messaging Services Setting Default Value Associated Server IP Null Broadcast Name INTERMEC Port Keep Alive Interval 30 seconds Use this section to learn about the ports pin assignments on the CV41, smart dock, and cables. The COM 1 and COM 2 ports are located on the smart dock. By default, Pin 9 is configured to provide + 5 V for an external bar code scanner, or it can be configured to provide RI CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

127 Appendix A Specifications and Default Settings COM 1 and COM 2 Port Pin Assignments Pin Signal Description 1 DCD Data carrier detect (input) 2 RXD Receive data (input) 3 TXD Transmit data (output) 4 DTR Data terminal ready (output) 5 GND Signal/power ground 6 DSR Data set ready (input) 7 RTS Request to send (output) 8 CTS Clear to send (input) 9 +5 VDC or RI Bar code scanner power (500 ma max) or Ring indicator (input) Shell CGND Chassis ground USB Port The USB port is located on the back of the smart dock USB Port Pin Signal Description 1 GND Common ground 2 USBC_D+ USB client data signal 3 USBC_D- USN client data signal 4 USB_H1_PWR USB host 1 (5 V output power) 5 GND Common ground 6 GND Common ground 7 USB_H1_D+ USB host 1 data signal CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 115

128 Appendix A Specifications and Default Settings CANBUS/Audio Port USB Port (Continued) Pin Signal Description 8 USB_H1_D- USB host 1 data signal 9 USBC_VBUS USB client (5 V detect from attached host) The CV41 CANBUS and audio port is located on the smart dock. The CV41 cannot support CANBUS and audio simultaneously CANBUS/Audio Port Pin Signal Description 1 - CAN reserved 2 CAN_L CAN_L bus line dominant low 3 CAN_GND CAN ground 4 - CAN reserved 5 GND Optional ground 6 Audio return Headset return 7 Audio output Headset output 8 Mic input Microphone input 9 Mic retun Microphone return 10 Audio return 11 GND Optional ground 12 CAN_SHLD 13 CAN_H CAN_H bus line dominant high 14 - CAN reserved 15 CAN_V+ Optional CAN external power supply 116 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

129 Power Supply Connector Appendix A Specifications and Default Settings Power is supplied from the smart dock to the CV41 through the power connector. The power supply connector also provides a connection point for the vehicle chassis ground to be connected internally to the conductive chassis of the computer. The CV41 internal power supply can accept DC input voltages in the range of 10 to 60 VDC Power Supply Connector Pin Signal Description 1 V In nominal DC input + 2 V In nominal DC input + 3 V In- Input - 4 V In- Input - 5 GND Chassis ground 6 Ignition +0 V to 60 V to start terminal CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 117

130 Appendix A Specifications and Default Settings USB Dongle Cable Use the USB dongle cable to connect USB devices, such as a USB flash drive to the smart dock and CV41. USB host connector D9 male connector USB client connector USB Dongle Cable D9 Male Connector Pin Signal Description 1 GND Common ground 2 USBC_D+ USB client data signal 3 USBC_D_ USN client data signal 4 USB_H1_PWR USB host 5 V output power 5 GND Common ground 6 GND Common ground 7 USB_H1_D+ USB host 1 data signal 118 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

131 Appendix A Specifications and Default Settings USB Dongle Cable D9 Male Connector (Continued) Pin Signal Description 8 USB_H1_D- USB host 1 data signal 9 USBC_VBUS USB client 5 V detect from attached host USB Dongle Cable Host Connector Pin Signal Description 1 5V_USB USB power, current limited 2 USB2N_A USB D- 3 EUSB2PA_A USB D+ 4 DGND USB power return Shell CGND Chassis ground USB Dongle Client Connector Pin Signal Description 1 V In+ 12 to 48 V nominal DC input + 2 V In+ 12 to 48 V nominal DC input + 3 V In- Input - 4 V In- Input - CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 119

132 Appendix A Specifications and Default Settings 120 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

133 B Keypads and Keystrokes 121

134 Appendix B Keypads and Keystrokes Standard Characters Use the following tables to learn how to enter standard and other available characters and functions with the keypad. If there is no sequence of keystrokes for a particular character or function, it is only available through the soft input panel (SIP), which you can access by tapping the keyboard icon on the touch screen. CV41 Alphanumeric Characters To Enter a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s Keypad A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S 122 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

135 CV41 Alphanumeric Characters (Continued) Appendix B Keypads and Keystrokes To Enter t u v w x y z Keypad T U V W X Y Z CV41 Function Keys To Enter Keypad F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9 F10 ª F11 b F12 b F13 b F14 b F15 b CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 123

136 Appendix B Keypads and Keystrokes CV41 Function Keys (Continued) To Enter Keypad F16 b F17 b F18 b F19 b F20 b ª F21 Alt F22 Alt F23 Alt F24 Alt CV41 Special Keys To Enter Keypad * (asterik) b (at symbol) b W # (pound) b # & (ampersand) b & % (percentage) b % : (colon) b D ; (semicolon) b F, (comma) b J $ (dollar) b R! (exclamation) b Q? (question mark) b L - (hyphen or minus) b 5. (period). or b K 124 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

137 Appendix B Keypads and Keystrokes CV41 Special Keys (Continued) To Enter + (plus) b 8 (apostrophe) b H = (equals) b 2 _ (underscore) b M ^ (caret) b u > (greater than) b V < (less than) b C ( (left parenthesis) b O ) (right parenthesis) b P [ (left square bracket) b B ] (right square bracket) b N { (left curly brace) b Z } (right curly brace) b X ~ (tilde) b s \ (backslash) b S / (forward slash) b A (quotes) b G Insert b 4 Delete b 6 (broken vertical bar) b { (grave) b Forward Tab j Backspace { Up Arrow Down Arrow Keypad u d CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 125

138 Appendix B Keypads and Keystrokes CV41 Special Keys (Continued) To Enter Left Arrow l Right Arrow r CapsLock b ] Enter e ok Alt o Shift ] Space s Start (Windows)? or b? Esc Alt Ctrl Keypad Alt Ctrl CV41 Intermec Terminal Emulator Keys To Enter Keypad Attention Alt A Autolog Alt S Clear Alt 6 Duplicate Alt D EEOF Alt W Erase Alt E Find Alt F Field + b 1 Field - Alt 2 Fieldmark Alt G Help b CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

139 CV41 Intermec Terminal Emulator Keys (Continued) To Enter Hex Home Keypad Menu Mode New Line Alt I Alt H Alt K Alt M Alt O Alt N Next Screen b 9 PA1 PA2 PA3 Page Print Alt T Alt Y Alt U Alt u Alt P Previous Screen b 7 Remove Alt R Reset Alt Return Alt e Roll Down Alt 5 Roll Up Alt 8 Select System Request View Down View Up Keypad Alt Z Alt Q b d b u Appendix B Keypads and Keystrokes CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 127

140 Appendix B Keypads and Keystrokes 128 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

141 C ScanNGo Wi-Fi Configuration Bar Codes You can use the ScanNGo Wi-Fi configuration bar codes to quickly configure the radio in your computer. 129

142 Appendix C ScanNGo Wi-Fi Configuration Bar Codes Radio Configuration Bar Codes Use an external scanner to read the following ScanNGo bar codes to enable the radio and set the defaults for either Wireless security or Microsoft security. After you scan the bar codes, you will still need to use Intermec Settings or another configuration program to set network-specific settings on your computer and to configure the wireless security. Note: If you are using Microsoft security, you can only use the 1D configuration bar codes. The following ScanNGo bar codes were created using SmartSystems Foundation. For more information on SmartSystems Foundation, see Manage the Computer Using SmartSystems Foundation on page 36. 2D Configuration Bar Codes You can configure the computer with a 2D imager. 1 Scan the appropriate bar code from the table and wait for the program to start. 2 Follow any instructions on the device. 2D Imager Radio Configuration Bar Codes When You Want To: Scan This Bar Code Set all communication settings to defaults (Wi-Fi, WWAN if applicable) Enable Wi-Fi - set Wireless security to defaults 130 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

143 1D Configuration Bar Codes Appendix C ScanNGo Wi-Fi Configuration Bar Codes You can configure the computer with a 1D imager. 1 Scan the START HERE bar code from the table and wait for the program to start. 2 Scan the 1/9 bar code. 3 Scan the rest of the bar codes in any order. 4 Follow any instructions on the device. CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 131

144 Appendix C ScanNGo Wi-Fi Configuration Bar Codes 1D Imager Radio Configuration Bar Codes When You Want To: Scan This Bar Code Set all communication settings to defaults (Wi-Fi, WWAN if applicable) Enable Wi-Fi - set Wireless security to defaults 132 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

145 1D Imager Radio Configuration Bar Codes (Continued) When You Want To: Set all communication settings to defaults (Wi-Fi, WWAN if applicable) Enable Wi-Fi - set Wireless security to defaults Appendix C ScanNGo Wi-Fi Configuration Bar Codes Scan This Bar Code CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 133

146 Appendix C ScanNGo Wi-Fi Configuration Bar Codes 1D Imager Radio Configuration Bar Codes (Continued) When You Want To: Scan This Bar Code Set all communication settings to defaults (Wi-Fi, WWAN if applicable) Enable Wi-Fi - set Microsoft security to defaults 134 CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual

147 1D Imager Radio Configuration Bar Codes (Continued) Appendix C ScanNGo Wi-Fi Configuration Bar Codes When You Want To: Scan This Bar Code Set all communication settings to defaults (Wi-Fi, WWAN if applicable) Enable Wi-Fi - set Microsoft security defaults CV41 Vehicle Mount Computer (Windows Embedded Standard) User Manual 135

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